NASA has identified a new active volcano on one of Jupiter’s moons; nevertheless, this is not a unique example, since active volcanoes may be found on other moons in our solar system. In reality, volcanic eruptions are common in our solar system.
Take, for example, Jupiter’s moon Io.
On this Moon, active volcanoes are notorious for spewing lava tens of kilometers high. These volcanoes have resulted in the formation of a solid surface on Jupiter’s Moon, according to NASA. The gravitational effects of Jupiter and two adjacent Moons, Ganymede and Europe, produce volcanic eruptions on Io.
Venus is another planet in our solar system that has volcanic activity.
The Venus Express spacecraft found evidence that Venus’s “Idunn Mons” volcano erupted lately.
Volcanic eruptions have been observed on one of Jupiter’s moons, Europe, and Saturn’s moon Enceladus.
It appears that not just on Earth, but also across our solar system, nature and volcanoes are going insane.
Is it necessary to be concerned?