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Magma is a type of molten rock found under the Earth's surface.
Magma may also refer to:
- Magma (company), developer of casting process simulator software
- MAGMA (Molecular Animation, Graphics and Modeling Application framework), an application framework for developing molecular modeling software
- Magma computer algebra system, a software package for solving mathematical problems
- MagmaFS, an experimental filesystem for Linux and BSD kernels based on distributed hash tables
- Magma (comics), a Marvel Comics character
- Magma (Jonathan Darque), a supervillain enemy of Spider-Man
- Magma, a character in the anime Spider Riders
- Magma (Gorath), a fictional character featured in the film Gorath
- Alien Magma, an Ultra Seijin (fictional alien)
- Team Magma, an evil team from the world of Pokémon
- Magma (algebra), an algebraic structure consisting of a set together with a binary operation
- Category of magmas, with magmas as objects and morphisms given by homomorphisms of operations
- Magma, Nepal
- Magma (band), a French experimental progressive rock band
- Magma Design Automation, an electronic design automation software company
- Magma, a novel by Thomas Thiemeyer
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