While studying this image I came across more proof that the western edge of Sputnik Planitia is dotted with cryovolcanoes. This has now become a concrete conclusion in my mind and I am surprised NASA scientist haven't spotted them yet.
They were all over Wright Mons calling it a cryovolcano even though its not but here is real concrete proof of cryovolcanoes and what are they saying? Nadda, nuttin, zip, zilch, zero. What's up with that NASA?
The first image below is a false color image merged with an elevation map of the same area. Since I know how to see cryovolcanoes, I quickly spotted them along the southern edge of this image in mostly red and white. But then decided to inspect them in the elevation map to see if they are elevated above their surroundings. I wanted to know, are these mounds or peaks with holes in the center or not? In essence is there proof these are elevated mounds rising up with a hole in the center and the answer is yep.
So I took the above image and cut it up and blew it up. First of all look at this more natural colored version of this area where there are obvious mound looking cryovolcanoes with holes at their peak. One smart person told me he couldn't see it. Meaning he didn't recognize these as cryovolcanoes. I'm hoping you're not also blinded by the NASA party line. Just open your eyes and it becomes as easy to see as the nose on your face.
Let me help with some arrows.
Here's the best part. This next view is as identical as I can make it but it's the elevation map. Look at how the places in the bottom image where the red arrows are pointing to the yellow/orangish elevated mounds compared to their blue/purple or green surroundings . Yellow/red means elevated relative to green/blue. Look at one cryovolcano below then look at that same cryovolcano above. Tell me you don't see it.
Based on the height legend (elevation scale) these appear to be about 1 to 2 kilometers high relative to their surroundings or about half a mile to one and a quarter miles high. One thing sadly missing from these images are plumes so determining whether they are currently active or remnants from the past is difficult but due to the lack of plumes they don't appear to have been active while New Horizons flew by at 31,000 mph.
You can take that to the bank That's a relatively stupid phrase considering how untrustworthy banks are. How bout "Right as Rain" (Oracle comment to Neo in the Matrix) Better yet "Good as gold", That works.
It's as good as gold to call these mounds cryovolcanoes so why isn't NASA cashing in on this fact?
This is going to be one of those few times, I'm going to say, if NASA and I disagree don't believe NASA rather believe your own eyes. If you're not blind you can see how obvious it is. Actually NASA and I don't disagree about these cryovolcanoes because they haven't yet identified them as even existing. So we don't disagree on this point.
The mounds are elevated displaying yellow/orange hews while they rise up from green or blue terrain. The center or holes are green/blue or darker indicting a hole with depth in the center.
On Earth we call these volcanoes On Pluto these are called cryovolcanoes or ice volcanoes. How amazing would it have been to see plums coming out of one?