INCREDIBLE, IMPRESSIVE, MINDBLOGGING INFRARED IMAGES OF THE VOLCANIC ACTIVITY OF JUPITER’S SATELLITE IO. The bright spots are volcanoes! The brightest one on the upper right is Zal volcano.

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Infrared picture of the volcanic activity of Io, a satellite of Jupiter in our solar system. Photo by NASA

The bright spots are volcanoes in this infrared picture taken by the JIRAM instrument aboard the space probe JUNO. This infrared photo shows us the most spectacular and wild side of this geologically very interesting satellite that orbits around Jupiter and harbours an incredibly high concentration of active volcanoes. And here the names of all these erupting volcanoes:

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Names of Io volcanoes.

Did you know that? Yesterday there was a G1 geomagnetic storm on Earth created by solar wind erupted from 3 large coronal holes on the surface of the sun. Any northern lights’ reports?

WOW! WOW! WOW! WOW! WOW! Mindboggling!

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2 COMMENTS

  1. The only active moon that exists in the solar system that is alive. In that moon there are tons of acid living. It is amazing to think that the moon inside is all acid.

  2. PUBLIC SECURITY SECTION 9 AGENT SAITO SAYS; Holy moly that looks like one of those nuclear weapons strikes from the MOBILE SUIT GUNDAMS Japanese anime that I used to watch as a kid. I wonder if there has been an increase in volcanic activity all the way out here because of the G.S.M. cycle that some have named it EDDY?

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