The other day I showed a photo of the impact crater from a side trip during our voyage to Mars. Today we have quite the opposite. This is an eruption from deep beneath the depths of the world’s ice. Gasses bubbling up from below have been frozen as they hit the cold thin atmosphere near the edge of space. In the far distance across the icy plains you can see smaller eruptions. There also may be what is a fracture from a quake.
Outdoors: 45째F/17째F Sleet, Glazed world
Tiny Cottage: 63째F/59째F