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Jupiter's Red Spot

The great red spot of Jupiter in its beauty. This image was captured on July 6, 1996 by Voyager 2 during the Voyager mission from 2,633,003 kilometers or 1,636,072 miles.

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Jupiter's Red Spot

Jupiter's Red Spot

Jupiter's Moon Io

Io this is one of Jupiter’s moons. This image was captured on January 1, 2001 10:00 (UTC) by Cassini Orbiter during the Cassini-Huygens mission. Although it looks like Io is close to Jupiter in this image, it is actually 350,000 kilometers or 217,479 miles from Jupiter which is equivalent to 2.5 Jupiters.

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Jupiter's Moon Io

Jupiter's Moon Io

Volcanic eruption on Jupiter's Moon Io

Volcanic eruptions at Tvashtar Catena a chain of giant volcanic calderas on Jupiter’s moon Io. This image was captured on February 22, 2000 by Galileo Orbiter during the Galileo mission. This color mosaic was created by combining images taken in the near-infrared, clear, and violet filters from Galileo's camera. The bright orange, yellow, and white areas at the left of the mosaic use images in two more infrared filters to show temperature variations, orange being the coolest and white the hottest material. This picture is about 250 kilometers or 155 miles across.

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Volcanic eruptions on Jupiter's Moon Io

Volcanic eruption at Io's Tvashtar Catena

Jupiter's Moon Europa

Europa, this is one of Jupiter’s moons. This image was captured on March 2, 1999 by Voyager 1 during the Voyager mission from 2,869,252 kilometers or 1,782,870 miles. The dark intersecting lines may be faults on the surface.

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Jupiter's Moon Europa

Jupiter's Moon Europa