A potential new ice volcano has been found on Saturn's moon Titan.
Named Sotra, the volcano is nearly 1 kilometre tall and has a 1.6-kilometre-deep pit alongside it. Surrounded by giant sand dunes, it is thought to be the largest in a string of several volcanoes that once spewed molten ice from deep beneath the moon's surface.
"We think we have found the strongest case yet for an ice volcano on Titan," said Randy Kirk, a geophysicist at the US Geological Survey in Flagstaff, Arizona. "What we see is not just a flow like we see in other places, it's like a volcanic field would be on Earth."To read the rest of the article, click here.