A report on Cryovolcano and Miranda (moon)

Doom Mons, one of the most reliably identified cryovolcanoes on Saturn's moon Titan
Plumes of Enceladus, feeding Saturn's E Ring, seem to arise from the "Tiger Stripes" near the south pole.
Voyager 2 image of Miranda's broken terrain. Verona Rupes, thought to be the highest cliffs in the Solar System, are located at the bottom right of Miranda.
Close-up of Verona Rupes, a large fault scarp on Miranda possibly 20 km high, taken by Voyager 2 in January 1986
Close-up of the ring of concentric fault scarps around Elsinore Corona
The three coronae imaged on Miranda by Voyager 2
The fault scarps around Elsinore (top right) and the chevrons of Inverness Corona (bottom left)
Approaching the 7 December 2007 equinox Miranda produced brief solar eclipses over the center of Uranus.

Indirect evidence of cryovolcanic activity was later observed on several other icy moons of the Solar System, including Europa, Titan, Ganymede, and Miranda.

- Cryovolcano

Craters on Miranda also appear to possess softened edges, which could be the result either of ejecta or of cryovolcanism.

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

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