Of these four choices, out current understanding of Europa (and remember, everything is subject to change in the light of more recent discoveries) indicates that Europa may have large liquid oceans under a layer of ice.
There are interesting surface features that appear to be large ridges; these might have been formed by cracks in the icy surface, and liquid or vapor escaping to the surface - and then freezing into ridges as the cracks close.
venus atmosphere is cloudy,and its are made of volcanoes and lava
it change the earth atmosphere when magma flashes out then the earth surface will be dusty
Diamonds are erupted to the earth's surface through volcanic pipes. These are flat at the earth's surface, with a cone originating deep underground. Volcanoes with cones of elevation that rise above the surface do not contain diamonds.
A geyser is an underground volcano with water on the surface of it. This water is then boiled by the magma.
There is a ring of volcanoes on the surface of the planet Mercury. Some scientists think that there may be lava flowing on Mercury at all times.
Volcanic eruptions caused plate movements that changed landforms.
molten rock can either cool on the earths surface or underground the magma that is cooled eitther under or on the surface is called igneous
Scientists hypothesize Triton's surface is made up of frozen water and other materials, absorbs heat from the sun.
No. Diamonds form deep underground under immense heat and pressure. They are then carried to the surface by volcanic activity.
volcanoes occur along the plate boundaries of the 16 major plates on earth. most are found on the ocean floor near hot spots underground
Yes. Diamonds are associate with kimberlite volcanoes. In this case, though, the diamonds are not formed by the volcano. Diamonds form many miles underground, and the volcano brings them to the surface.
craters,plains,and volcanoes. it is a dense planet and is a inner and rocky planet. it has no rings and no moons. it also has no atmosphere.
there is about 600 active volcanoes on the earths surface
Plutonic rocks are formed by magma hardening underground. Sometimes they get pushed up to the surface. Stone Mountain in Georgia is plutonic. Volcanic rock forms when lava hardens on the surface, not underground. Some volcanoes are built up in this way.
NASA's knowledge of Venus is limited. However, scientists do know that the surface is very smooth in many places. Despite this, the surface of Venus has plenty of volcanoes, canyons, mountains, and craters.
Neptune has no solid surface, so it has no volcanoes. However, it's moon, Triton, has geysers of liquid nitrogen that can shoot up to 5 miles into it's "atmosphere".
A volcano is a part of the earth where there is so much heat underground that the rocks actually melt and are forced to the surface. Volcanoes are formed of the rock that solidifies as that molten rock cools down and hardens.
Geothermal energy is a found in underground reservoirs, but also rises to the Earth's surface in the form of volcanoes, hot springs, and geysers.
No, there is zero evidence of volcanoes on Jupiter. Jupiter does not have a solid surface like the earth, but instead possesses a very thick atmosphere that gradually transitions into a massive ocean of liquid hydrogen. Jupiter's moon, Io, however, does have volcanoes, which are active to this very day.There are no volcanoes on Jupiter. Jupiter is made up almost entirely of gas. It does not have a solid surface.
Ordinary mountains do not have a "plumbing system" too deliver molten rock to the surface. Volcanoes are connected to a magma chamber a few miles underground, which in turn is connected to the mantle.
Surface mining occurs close to the surface (less than a mile deep), while underground mining is underground.
Geologists use tiltmeters and other instruments to detect slight surface changes in elevation and tilt caused by magma moving underground.
it is a meteorite made by a volcanoes
The volcanoes are active