NASA has released new images of a volcanic eruption on Venus, more terrifying than the explosions occurring on Earth.
The image was created by Peter Rubin and shown as a NASA Astronomical Image of the Day.
And NASA indicated that there is evidence of currently active volcanoes on Venus earlier this year, and despite taking a large image of the planet with radar, the thick sulfuric acid clouds prevent the capture of optical horizons of light.
The image shows a gigantic plume coming from an erupting volcano while vast lava fields give off the planet’s surface. Venus has a surface temperature of about 465 degrees Celsius and is hot enough to melt lead.
It is worth noting that many explosions have occurred on the planet, the most violent of which is the eruption of Mount Viruv in 79 AD and the eruption of Mount Pili in 1902.
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