NASA Spots Signs of Twin Volcanic Plumes on Jupiter’s Moon Io
February 6, 20242 min read418 words
Published: February 6, 2024  |  2 min read418 words
On Saturday, NASA’s Juno orbiter got a second close-up with Io, Jupiter’s third-largest moon and the most volcanic world of our solar system. The Juno spacecraft, which arrived at the gas giant in 2016, is on an extended mission to explore Jupiter’s rings and moons. Its latest fl...
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