No. Deimos is not a planet; it is a small moon. It does not have any volcanoes or geysers.
Mars is not thought to have any active volcanoes. However, there are large inactive volcanoes found on the surface of Mars.
valleys some of the tallest mountains and deepest valleys known in the solar system.
No. Deimos is too small to have any sort of geologic activity.
Mars is home to several volcanoes. It is hard for scientists to keep track of the amount of volcanoes on the planet so Mars is broken down into volcanic provinces.
No, Scientists Have Not Proved It YET!
It has craters, caused by meteors hitting it. It also has valleys. You can exlopre it using Google Earth and there are some huge valleys.
The planet Mars has volcanoes far larger than any found on Earth.
Although Neptune's moon have volcanic-like craters, scientists don't believe any of them have active volcanoes. Triton, Neptune's largest moon, has geysers, but not volcanoes.
Venus has more volcanoes than Mars. In fact, Venus has the most volcanoes than any other planet. There were three active volcanoes found on Venus in 2010.
Yes, many large basins contain smooth plains that are likely to be filled with lava.
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Yes. There are volcanoes on Venus and Mars as well as Jupiter's moon Io. None of the volcanoes on Venus and Mars are known to be active, though.
Yes, geysers are found in some deserts. An example would be the El Tatio Geysers of the Atacama Desert.
Yes infact there in one on mars according to nasa
Yes, but little because most ofthe volcanoes are dead
An interesting feature of Mars is that there are volcanoes on its surface. There are also different types of erosion, canyons, and dust storms.
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No, Australia does not have any geysers, because there is no volcanic activity on either the Australian mainland or in Tasmania.
It has peaks, valleys, craters, mountain ranges and the like just like any other planet.