Ice volcanoes may be erupting on Pluto

A part of Pluto that researchers believe was formed from the eruption of ice volcanoes unique to the dwarf Earth and in the solar system, new research shows.

NASA Hou Horizons mission, released in 2006, took detailed images of the surface of Pluto, a dwarf planet and the largest planet on Earth. Kuiper belt. Now, a new study is looking at photographs of an area that contained two large mounds that scientists believe are. ice volcano. In the study, the researchers concluded that the crust around these hills was formed by the re -creation of ice volcanoes, or volcanoes.

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