A mantle plume is a proposed mechanism of convection within the Earth's mantle, hypothesized to explain anomalous volcanism.

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This Week @NASA: Massive Water Plume Off of Enceladus, Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena

Webb Observes Enceladus’ Water Vapor Plume

Incredibly large plume of water vapor the size of the Earth. The James Webb telescope photographed an amazing selection of Enceladus

Webb maps surprisingly large plume jetting from Saturn’s moon Enceladus

Saturn's moon Enceladus is blasting a plume of water 6,000 miles high. Could life be lurking under its icy shell?

JWST spots enormous 6,000-mile water plume erupting from Saturn's moon Enceladus

JWST has spotted an enormous plume of water coming out of Enceladus

Webb Space Telescope Detects 6000-Mile Water Plume Jetting From Saturn’s Moon Enceladus

Astronomers see 6,000-mile water vapour plume blasting from Saturn moon

Webb Maps Surprisingly Large Plume Jetting From Saturn’s Moon Enceladus

JWST Spies a Gigantic Water Plume at Enceladus

Towering plume of water escaping from Saturn moon

Webb Telescope finds towering plume of water escaping from Saturn moon Enceladus

Giant plume spotted erupting from moon of Saturn might contain ingredients for life

JWST Spots Biggest Water Plume Yet Spewing from a Moon of Saturn

JWST spots biggest water plume yet spewing from a moon of Saturn

Is Ohio Air Safe After East Palestine Train Derailment, Toxic Chemical Plume?

Detecting life on Saturn moon Enceladus would require 100 flybys through its geyser plume, study suggests

Flushing Toilets Can Spray A 1.5 Meter High Volcanic Plume, Study Says

'Mars' interior is not behaving,' active mantle plume reveals