“a volcano on the Red Planet may have erupted non-stop for more than 2 billion years”

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Ancient Martian volcano erupted non-stop for 2 billion years—Michael Irving, New Atlas; from the Consult A Physician dept.

Mt Stromboli, off the north coast of Sicily, has been erupting almost continuously for more than 2,000 years, but that’s a sneeze compared to the ancient volcanic activity of Mars. According to new geological surveys made possible by studying Martian meteorites, at some point in the past, a volcano on the Red Planet may have erupted non-stop for more than 2 billion years.