Pluto is not a planet. Sixteen years after the announcement of astronomers, Pluto still seems to be alive. Because only on the surface of Pluto are many unknown secrets hidden. A new study has found mysterious volcanic signs of ice in space. What can only be seen on the surface of Pluto is not found anywhere else in the Solar System.
Scientists believe Pluto is still alive after seeing those ice volcanoes in the study. The research is being led by astronomers at the New Horizon Mission. Below the surface of distant ice planets have been observed mountains, cliffs, and massive domes formed by excavated objects. Pluto’s terrain contains multiple explosions and large volcanic objects. There are domes several kilometers high, on which many platforms are joined together.
According to a study published in the journal Nature Communications, Pluto is likely to have an ocean of water. There is an iceberg about 100-200 km below the surface of this distant planet. The area is made up of two large hills known as the New Horizons Mission Wright Mons and what is now known as the Cryovolcano Picard Mons.
A team of researchers led by New Horizons Deputy Project Scientist Dr. Kelsey Singer at the Southwest Research Institute has discovered Pluto’s bright icy ‘heart’. Sputnik analyzed the surface structure of an area southwest of the planet. The cryovolcanic region has multiple domes, ranging in length from 1 to 6 km and 30 to 100 km or more.
Instead of Pluto’s decay or other geological processes, cryovolcanic activity has released large amounts of matter to the planet’s outer surface, and researchers believe it may have been found near the New Horizons region of the hemisphere. Since these were relatively new geographical areas, a lot of material was needed to create them.
Researchers believe that the terrain retains heat in Pluto’s internal structure and that water and ice – rich elements accumulate on the surface. This opened up new horizons. In 2015, we received some information from the New Horizon Mission. The data revealed Pluto’s various geographical features, including mountains, valleys, plains, and glaciers.
The new terrain has aroused curiosity among scientists. Due to the icy temperature away from the Sun with Pluto, it was expected that a geographically inactive world would form. One advantage of exploring new places in the solar system is that what we find there is beyond expectation. From these gigantic cryovolcanoes observed by New Horizons, we learn about the volcanic process and the geological activity of the ice age.
NASA launched the New Horizons mission in 2006. That same year, Pluto was renamed the Dwarf Planet. That is, Pluto lost its planetary badge. Since landing on the ice planet in 2015, they remain the only spacecraft to explore Pluto and its moons. The spacecraft is exploring objects in the Kuiper Belt.
Summary of English
Scientists have confirmed that Pluto is now alive after seeing ice volcanoes in the Solar System.
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