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Jupiter from Io


Jupiter as seen from the surface of its volcanic moon Io

Jupiter from Io (2016) - The closer our spacecraft cameras examined Jupiter's multicolored cloud bands, the more intricately chaotic and bizarre they became. Here, the giant planet dominates the sky of one of its moons, Io--a bizarre world in its own right.

Constantly kneaded by tidal forces from Jupiter's immense gravity on one side and pulled on the opposite side by the gravity of three large sister moons, Io is the most volcanically active place in the solar system.

Copyright 2016, James Hervat

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NOTE: the watermarks that appear in the above image do not appear on the prints.

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Detail view of Jupiter from Io


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