Phobos vs Io (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Phobos and Io are that Phobos is far smaller with a diameter of 22.53km compared to Io’s 3,643km, Io is the most volcanically active entity in our solar system while Phobos has no volcanic activity and Io orbits Jupiter while Phobos orbits Mars.  There are various other differences between the two … Read more

Io vs Titania (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Io and Titania are that Io is the bigger of the two with a diameter of 3,643km while Titania’s diameter is 1576.8km, Io is the most volcanically active entity in our solar system whereas Titania is not volcanically active and Io orbits Jupiter while Titania orbits Uranus. For a more detailed … Read more

Io vs Triton (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Io and Triton are that Io is bigger with a diameter of 3,643km whilst Triton’s is 2,706km, Io is the most volcanically active entity in our solar system whilst Triton is also volcanically active but not to the same degree and Triton orbits its planet in a retrograde motion whilst Io orbits … Read more

Neptune vs Io (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Neptune and Io is Neptune is the densest ice based gas giant in our solar system, is the 4th biggest planet and has the fastest winds in the entire solar system whilst Io is rock a based natural satellite that is the most volcanically active entity in the solar system and … Read more

Uranus vs Io (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Uranus and Io is that Uranus is an ice based gas giant whilst Io is natural satellite that is also the most volcanically active entity, Uranus has 27 moon whilst Io has 0 entities orbiting it, Uranus is the 3rd largest planet whilst Io is the 4th largest moon and Uranus … Read more

Titan vs Io (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Titan and Io is that Titan is the 2nd largest moon with a diameter of 5,150km whilst Io is 4th with a diameter of 3,643km, Titan orbits Saturn whilst Io orbits Jupiter and that Titan has a very thick atmosphere with a water cycle similar to that of Earth whereas Io … Read more

Callisto vs Io (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Callisto and Io is that Callisto is the 3rd largest moon with a diameter of 4,820.6km whilst Io is 4th with a diameter of 3,643km, Callisto is amongst the most cratered entities in our solar system whilst Io is the most volcanically activity in our solar system and a day on … Read more

Io vs Europa (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Io and Europa are that Io is the most volcanically active entity in our solar system, is the second brightest moon and is the 4th largest moon with a diameter of 3,643km whilst Europa is the brightest moon in our solar system, has water ice on its surface and is the … Read more

Jupiter vs Io (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Jupiter and Io are that Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system with a diameter of 139,820km whilst Io is the 4th largest moon with a diameter of 3,643km, Jupiter has 79 moons orbiting it whilst Io has 0 other moons orbiting it, Io is amongst the most volcanically … Read more

Mars vs Io (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Mars and Io is that Mars is the 4th closest planet to the Sun whilst Io is a natural satellite and is joint 5th with the planet it orbits (Jupiter), Mars is bigger with a diameter of 6,779km whilst Io’s diameter is 3,643km, Mars has 2 moon orbiting it whilst Io … Read more