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"Juno" captured the Jupiter satellite "volcanic eruption" picture

date: 2019-01-07
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A team of space scientists has captured new images of volcanic plumes as Io flies over Jupiter for the 17th time. Io is the most volcanic object in the solar system. Juno observed Io for more than an hour, 18-chamber news, providing a glimpse of the polar region and active eruption evidence. ` We know we're opening up new ground through multispectral observations of the Io polar region, but no one expected us to be so lucky, 'says Siketeboerdun, lead researcher at the Juno mission and deputy director of space science and engineering at the Southwest Institute. Active volcanic plume can be seen erupting from the surface of the satellite.

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