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Galileo Spacecraft Image of a Volcanic Plume on Io

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Eruptions on Io. Galileo spacecraft image of two volcanic eruptions on Io, a moon of Jupiter. A 120 kilometre-high (km) plume from the Pillan Patera volcano appears as a grey patch at Io's lower left edge. The second, from the Prometheus volcano, is visible as a plume (grey) & its shadow (black) at centre. Prometheus may have been erupting cont- inuously for at least 18 years, whilst this is the first Pillan Patera eruption ever seen. Io's vol- canoes are powered by the strong internal tidal forces created because the moon orbits so close to Jupiter. Image taken by Galileo's solid state ima- ging camera at a range of 600,000km on 28 June 1997. The smallest visible objects are 2km across. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Eruptions on Io. Galileo spacecraft image of two volcanic eruptions on Io, a moon of Jupiter. A 120 kilometre-high (km) plume from the Pillan Patera volcano appears as a grey patch at Io's lower left edge. The second, from the Prometheus volcano, is visible as a plume (grey) & its shadow (black) at centre. Prometheus may have been erupting cont- inuously for at least 18 years, whilst this is the first Pillan Patera eruption ever seen. Io's vol- canoes are powered by the strong internal tidal forces created because the moon orbits so close to Jupiter. Image taken by Galileo's solid state ima- ging camera at a range of 600,000km on 28 June 1997. The smallest visible objects are 2km across. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Eruptions on Io. Galileo spacecraft image of two volcanic eruptions on Io, a moon of Jupiter. A 120 kilometre-high (km) plume from the Pillan Patera volcano appears as a grey patch at Io's lower left edge. The second, from the Prometheus volcano, is visible as a plume (grey) & its shadow (black) at centre. Prometheus may have been erupting cont- inuously for at least 18 years, whilst this is the first Pillan Patera eruption ever seen. Io's vol- canoes are powered by the strong internal tidal forces created because the moon orbits so close to Jupiter. Image taken by Galileo's solid state ima- ging camera at a range of 600,000km on 28 June 1997. The smallest visible objects are 2km across. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Galileo Spacecraft Image of a Volcanic Plume on Io

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