A report on Cryovolcano and Doom Mons

Doom Mons, one of the most reliably identified cryovolcanoes on Saturn's moon Titan
Doom Mons with collapse feature Sotra Patera and flow feature Mohini Fluctus, the latter partially covered by dunes. Radar image by Cassini, 2007
Plumes of Enceladus, feeding Saturn's E Ring, seem to arise from the "Tiger Stripes" near the south pole.

A putative cryovolcano, it is the largest mountain range on Titan by volume, and at 4757 ft one of the highest in the Solar System.

- Doom Mons

Cassini has observed several features thought to be cryovolcanoes on Titan, notably Doom Mons with adjacent Sotra Patera, a feature regarded as "the very best evidence, by far, for volcanic topography anywhere documented on an icy satellite."

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Doom Mons, one of the most reliably identified cryovolcanoes on Saturn's moon Titan

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Stereoscopic map of Sotra Patera and Doom Mons. Height is exaggerated by a factor of 10. The colours are false.

Sotra Patera

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Prominent depression on Titan, the largest moon of Saturn.

Prominent depression on Titan, the largest moon of Saturn.

Stereoscopic map of Sotra Patera and Doom Mons. Height is exaggerated by a factor of 10. The colours are false.
Global view of Titan showing the location of Sotra Patera

It is a possible cryovolcanic caldera 30 km across and 1.7 km deep, and is immediately to the east of the largest putative cryovolcanic mountain on Titan, the 1.45 km high Doom Mons.