Or in other words: which moons do have ionospheres but not surface-bound ones? The space beneath an ionosphere is called a neutrosphere. I only know of Titan. I know that the Galilean moons and Triton also have ionospheres but do all of them have surface-bound ones or do they have neutrospheres too?


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