NASA’s Juno Captures Devine Image of Jupiter and Volcanic Moon Io

  • Juno spacecraft captured a new image of Jupiter and its volcanic moon Io during its 53rd flyby.
  • Citizen scientist Alain Mirón Velázquez processed the raw image from JunoCam, enhancing its clarity.
  • Io, being Jupiter’s innermost large moon, has intense volcanic activity due to gravitational forces from Jupiter and its sister moons.
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