Scientists identified 37 recently active volcanic structures on Venus

Scientists identified 37 recently active volcanic structures on venus. Well, you might aware of this latest news?

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Let’s travel the universe and find out about the recent 37 active volcanoes structure on venus.

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As we all know about the 9 planets of the solar system and eight planets without pluto.

But what is a planet?

A planet is an astronomical body orbiting a star or stellar remnant that is massive enough to be rounded by its gravity, is not massive enough to cause thermonuclear fusion, and has cleared its neighboring region of planetesimals.

The term planet is ancient, with ties to history, astrology, science,  mythology, and religion.

Five planets in the solar system are visible to the n@ked eye.

The solar system consists of 8 planets and including pluto is  9 planets overall.

Revolving around the sun is eight planets. The planets are divided into two categories based on their composition, terrestrial planets including Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars, are primarily made of rocky material. Their surfaces are solid, they don’t have ring systems, they have very few or no moons and they are relatively small.

Let me give you a basic overview of all the planets.

Our home Earth

Blue planet

Firstly let me tell you about our mother Earth where life exists, it has a surface ocean of water, an oxygen-rich atmosphere, and a comparatively powerful magnetic field. It also has a unique characteristic, it is the only place we know where life exists, as well as being the place we call home. And yet, even though we live here, there is still so much to learn, to explore, to discover about our on mother earth.

Since we were a kid we have heard that earth is round or pear-shaped or even egg-shaped.

Although, indeed, the Earth is not a perfect sphere.

The Earth is wider at the equator than at the poles, but only about 45km.

It happens cause of rotation of the planet.

The planet Earth constitutes 29 % of its surface the other 71% is covered with water that’s the reason it is also called a blue planet.


The smallest and closest to the sun is Mercury, which has the shortest orbit in the solar system at about three Earth months.


The last planet of terrestrial planets,  Mars might have also supported life about 3.7 billion years ago, when the planet had a watery surface and moist atmosphere.


Venus is the hottest planet, with temperatures of up to 867 degrees Fahrenheit, due to an atmosphere of carbon dioxide and extensive lava flows.

Beyond the four terrestrial planets of the inner solar system lie the jovian planets of the outer solar system.

The jovian planets include gas giants Jupiter and Saturn and ice giants Uranus and Neptune.

The gas against is made up of helium and hydrogen, and the ice giants also contain rock, ice, and a liquid mixture of water, methane, and ammonia.

All four jovian planets have multiple moons, sport ring systems, have no solid surface, and are immense.

The largest Jovian is also the largest planet in the solar system JUPITER.

Nearby is SATURN, the solar system’s second-largest planet. Its signature rings are wide enough to fit between Earth and the moon but are barely a kilometer thick.

Past Saturn is the ice giants, URANUS and NEPTUNE. The slightly bigger of these ice giants, Uranus, is famous for rotating on its side.

Next to Uranus is Neptune, the outermost planet in the solar system, and also one of the coldest.

Let me share some amazing facts about the planet VENUS.

Named after the ancient Roman goddess of beauty, Venus is known for its exceptional brightness in the night sky.

But behind this facade is a world of storms and infernos unlike anywhere else in the solar system.

Venus, the second planet from the sun, is very similar to earth from a distance. But up close its a very different world.

Venus is about the same size as Earth just slightly smaller.

The structure is also nearly identical, with an iron core, hot mantle, and a rocky crust.

The crust of Venus, however, is dotted with thousands of volcanoes, including  Maxwell Montes, a volcano almost as tall as Mount Everest.

It also has a thick layered atmosphere. It’s full of clouds that rain sulfuric acid and whip around the planet at speeds up to 224 miles per hour.

The atmosphere is so thick that it creates a surface pressure similar to what it would be half a mile deep in the Earth’s oceans.

This pressure is heavy enough that a human standing on Venus’s surface, would be crushed.

The atmosphere is made up of greenhouse gases primarily made up of carbon dioxide which creates an extreme case of global warming. They trap the sun’s heat-causing surface temperature to rise over 880 degrees Fahrenheit. Making Venus the hottest planet in the solar system.

What are the major reasons for Volcanic structures on Venus?

Venus is so inhospitable, neither humans nor spacecraft can survive the planet’s surface. But some scientists speculate that Venus wasn’t always so unwelcoming.

From roughly 2.9 billion to 715 million years ago, global temperature on Venus may have been just a few degrees cooler than earth is today.

And scientists theorize that the surface may have contained shallow oceans that could have held enough water to support life.

Today, Life may still exist in Venu’s atmosphere. About 30 miles up in Venu’s clouds, where the temperature and surface pressure are similar to those on the surface of Earth, Scientists have observed strange dark streaks that appear to be absorbing ultraviolet radiation. A phenomenon that could be evidence of microbial life.

Life may struggle to survive in the atmosphere of Venus, but it is this unforgiving environment that’s made Venus an icon of beauty.

It reflects  70% of all the sunlight, that reaches the planet.As a result Venus shines more brightly than any other planet or star in the night sky.

Volcanic Structures on Venus

Active volcanoes found on Venus

What is a volcano?

The short answer would be that it is an opening on the surface of a planet or moon.It allows material warmer than its surroundings to escape from its interior. When this material escapes, it causes an eruption.

An eruption can be explosive, sending material high into the sky, or it can be calmer, with gentle flows of material.

Volcanoes form when tectonic plates collide and one plate is to push beneath another. The tectonic plate also moves from one place to another. Hot magma rises from the mantle at mid-ocean ridges pushing the plates apart.

According to Scientists, new evidence suggests that Venus may be Volcanicly active. If this is true then it would be the first time that scientists have observed an active volcano on another planet.

To verify Venusian volcanism researchers from the University’s Space Research Association analyzed data collected by the European space agency’s Venus Express orbiter and conducted mineralogical experiments here on earth.

NASA’s Research

In the 1990s NASA’s Magellan spacecraft revealed that volcanoes and lava flows cover the surface of Venus. In the early 2000s the European space agency’s Venus Express orbiter shed new light on volcanism on Venus by taking nighttime infrared readings of the planet’s surface.The researchers found that chemically altered minerals within lava flows. There were quite young certainly earlier than 2.5 million years, but scientists were never able to identify an exact age. The new research showed volcanoes on Venus may have erupted only several years ago.

what’s more interesting is these volcanoes may be actively spewing lava today. Scientists with their continuous researches and many experiments have found active volcanism on the other solar system bodies.

For example on Pluto ice volcanoes known as cryovolcanoes could have erupted and sprayed liquid water over the surface of the planet which quickly froze in chilling temperatures.

Scientists have found Venus has  37 recently active volcanic structures on its surface. Offering the best evidence yet that the planet is still geologically researchers from the University of Maryland and institute of geophysics at ETH Zurich say Venus interior is still churning and can feed several active volcanoes.

To keep yourself updated with all the space-related latest news then you must read articles about the recent news of Volcanic structures on venus.

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If this is true then it will potentially reshape our understanding of the planet and its evolution.

I am sure the universe is full of intelligent life.

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