NASA released photographs today of Pluto (but we know its true name is Yuggoth) that provide supporting evidence for the presence of cryovolcanoes on the dwarf planet. The red color in the close up photo below may be the result of some fairly recent planetary activity. The structure has been informally named Wright Mons (after the Wright brothers). This feature is about 90 miles wide and 2.5 miles high and would be one of the largest structures in our solar system. Is this structure a hot bed of Mi-Go activity?