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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-31 Io Voyager
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This photograph of Jupiter's satellite Io taken by NASA's Voyager 1 shows what appears to be a volcanic caldera that is venting gasses (the bright blue patch at left center).
PIA00021:
Volcanic Caldera on Io
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-31 Io Voyager
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This color picture of Io, Jupiter's innermost Galilean satellite, was taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on the morning of March 5, 1979 at a range of 128,500 kilometers (77,100 miles).
PIA00361:
Io Surface Deposits and Volcano
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-27 Io Galileo
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NASA's Galileo spacecraft acquired its highest resolution images of Jupiter's volcanic moon Io on July 3, 1999 during its closest pass by Io since it entered orbit around Jupiter in December 1995.
PIA02319:
Closeups of Io (false color)
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-27 Io Galileo
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NASA's Galileo spacecraft acquired its highest resolution images of Jupiter's moon Io on 3 July 1999 during its closest pass to Io since orbit insertion in late 1995.
PIA02309:
Global image of Io (false color)
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-27 Io Galileo
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NASA's Galileo spacecraft acquired its highest resolution images of Jupiter's moon Io on 3 July 1999 during its closest pass to Io since orbit insertion in late 1995.
PIA02308:
Global image of Io (true color)
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-27 Europa Galileo
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Thera and Thrace are two dark, reddish regions of enigmatic terrain that disrupt the older icy ridged plains on Jupiter's moon Europa. North is toward the top of the mosaic obtained by NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA02099:
Thera and Thrace on Europa
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-27 Jupiter Galileo
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The clouds and hazes of Jupiter's southern hemisphere, in the region between 25 degrees south latitude and the pole, are shown in approximately true color (left mosaic) and in false color (right mosaic). The images were taken by NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA02098:
Clouds and Hazes of Jupiter's Southern Hemisphere
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-27 Jupiter Galileo
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Cloud features north of Jupiter's equator, in the region between 3 and 30 degrees north latitude, are shown in approximately true color (left mosaic) and in false color (right mosaic). The images were taken by NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA02097:
Cloud Features North of Jupiter's Equator
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-24 Jupiter Hubble Space Telescope
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The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System, as shown in this image obtained by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
PIA01593:
Hubble Views Ancient Storm in the Atmosphere of Jupiter - Montage
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-24 Jupiter Hubble Space Telescope
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The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System, as shown in this image obtained by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
PIA02402:
Hubble Views Ancient Storm in the Atmosphere of Jupiter - June, 1999
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-24 Jupiter Hubble Space Telescope
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The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System, as shown in this image obtained by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
PIA02401:
Hubble Views Ancient Storm in the Atmosphere of Jupiter - April, 1997
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-24 Jupiter Hubble Space Telescope
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The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System, as shown in this image obtained by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
PIA02400:
Hubble Views Ancient Storm in the Atmosphere of Jupiter - October, 1996
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-24 Jupiter Hubble Space Telescope
WFPC2
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The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System, as shown in this image obtained by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
PIA01599:
Hubble Views Ancient Storm in the Atmosphere of Jupiter - October, 1995
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-24 Jupiter Hubble Space Telescope
WFPC2
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The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System, as shown in this image obtained by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
PIA01598:
Hubble Views Ancient Storm in the Atmosphere of Jupiter - February, 1995
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-24 Jupiter Hubble Space Telescope
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The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System, as shown in this image obtained by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
PIA01597:
Hubble Views Ancient Storm in the Atmosphere of Jupiter - August, 1994
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-24 Jupiter Hubble Space Telescope
WFPC2
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The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System, as shown in this image obtained by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
PIA01596:
Hubble Views Ancient Storm in the Atmosphere of Jupiter - July, 1994
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-24 Jupiter Hubble Space Telescope
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The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System, as shown in this image obtained by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
PIA01595:
Hubble Views Ancient Storm in the Atmosphere of Jupiter - May, 1992
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-24 Jupiter Hubble Space Telescope
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The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System, as shown in this image obtained by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
PIA01594:
Hubble Views Ancient Storm in the Atmosphere of Jupiter - Full Disk
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-08-13 Io Voyager
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This NASA Voyager 1 view of an equatorial region near longitude 300 degrees shows several large surface flows that originate in volcanic craters or calderas.
PIA02201:
Io
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-07-23 Io Voyager
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This NASA Voyager 2 picture of Io was taken in ultraviolet light on the evening of July 4, 1979, at a range of 4.7 million kilometers (2.9 million miles).
PIA01989:
Io
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-07-23 Ganymede Voyager
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NASA's Voyager 1 took this picture of Jupiter's satellite Ganymede from a distance of 5 million miles (8.025 million kilometers) early on the morning of Feb. 26. Ganymede is the largest of Jupiter's 13 satellites.
PIA01987:
Ganymede
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-07-16 Io Voyager
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The trailing face of Jupiter's inner satellite Io is shown in this photo taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on March 3, 1979, from a distance of 1.7 million miles.
PIA01986:
Io - Jupiter's inner satellite
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-06-22 Jupiter Voyager
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This image from NASA's Voyager 2 shows the region of Jupiter extending from the equator to the southern polar latitudes in the neighborhood of the Great Red Spot.
PIA01527:
Jupiter's Violent Storms
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-06-16 Ganymede Voyager
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NASA's Voyager 2 color photo of Ganymede, the largest Galilean satellite, was taken on July 7, 1979, from a range of 1.2 million kilometers.
PIA01972:
Ganymede
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-06-16 Io Voyager
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VOLCANIC EXPLOSION ON IO: NASA's Voyager 1 acquired this image of Io on March 4 at 5:30 p.m. (PST) about 11 hours before closest approach to the Jupiter moon.
PIA01971:
Volcanic Explosion on Io
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-06-16 Europa Voyager
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This view of Europa captured by NASA's Voyager 1 was taken from a range of 2,869,252 kilometers (1.6 million miles) on March 2 at 2:00 PM. The color composite is made from three black and white images taken through the orange, green and violet filters.
PIA01970:
Europa from 2,869,252 Kilometers
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-05-21 Io Hubble Space Telescope
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Hubble Clicks Images of Io Sweeping Across Jupiter
PIA01540:
Hubble Clicks Images of Io Sweeping Across Jupiter
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-05-08 Io Voyager
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NASA'S Voyager 2 shows that Io's volcanos continually resurface it, so that any impact craters have disappeared.
PIA01530:
Volcanic Activity on Io
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-05-08 J Rings Voyager
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Jupiter's faint ring system is shown in this color composite as two light orange lines protruding from the left toward Jupiter's limb. This image was taken by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft.
PIA01529:
Jupiter Ring System
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-04-15 Jupiter Galileo
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Three sets of observations, each taken one hour apart, illustrate dynamics in this region of Jupiter's turbulent atmosphere. These images were taken by the Solid State Imaging (CCD) system aboard NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01655:
Dynamics of Jupiter's Long-lived White Ovals Animation Icon
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-23 Europa Voyager
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The first close look ever obtained of Jupiter's satellite, Europa, was taken July 9, 1979, by NASA's Voyager 2 as the spacecraft approached the planet.
PIA01523:
Europa Linear Features from 246,000 kilometers
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-23 Jupiter Voyager
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This special color composite made from NASA's Voyager 2 taken on June 28, 1979, has been processed to exaggerate color differences within the naturally colorful Jovian atmosphere. Such processing makes detailed structure in the clouds more apparent.
PIA01524:
Jupiter's Equatorial Zone in Exaggerated Color
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-18 Jupiter Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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These two observations, taken one hour apart, illustrate the winds around a white oval on Jupiter which is the result of the historic merger of two classic white ovals at 33 degrees south planetocentric latitude. Images from NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01651:
Dynamics after Historic Merger of Storms on Jupiter Animation Icon
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-15 Callisto Voyager
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This is NASA's Voyager 1 picture of Callisto, the outermost Galilean satellite, taken Feb. 28, 1980. Callisto is the darkest of the Galilean satellites but is still nearly twice as bright as the Earth's Moon.
PIA01511:
Callisto From 7,000,000 kilometers
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-15 Ganymede Voyager
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This picture was taken on March 4, 1979 at 2:30 A.M. PST by NASA's Voyager 1 from a distance of 2.6 million kilometers (1.6 million miles). Ganymede is Jupiter's largest satellite with a radius of about 2600 kilometers, about 1.5 times that of our Moon.
PIA00353:
Ganymede Full Disk
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-15 Callisto Voyager
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This photo of Callisto, outermost of Jupiter's four Galilean satellites, was taken a few minutes after midnight (PST) Feb. 26, 1979 by NASA's Voyager 1.
PIA01510:
Callisto From 8,023,000 kilometers
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-13 Ganymede Voyager
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NASA's Voyager 2 took this picture of Ganymede in 1980 as the spacecraft was nearing its encounter with the ice giant.
PIA01520:
Ganymede's Varied Terrain
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-13 Jupiter Voyager
VG ISS - Narrow Angle
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This image shows one of the long-lived white oval clouds which have resided in the Jovian southern hemisphere. This photo was taken on July 5, 1979 by NASA's Voyager 2 from a distance of 3.4 million kilometers.
PIA01521:
Jupiter White Oval
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-13 Jupiter Voyager
VG ISS - Narrow Angle
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This photo from NASA's Voyager 2 was taken on Jun. 9, 1979 and is centered over the long-lived disturbed region west of the Great Red Spot (GRS).
PIA01519:
Disturbed Region West of the Great Red Spot
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-13 Ganymede Voyager
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This color picture as acquired by NASA's Voyager 1 during its approach to Ganymede on Monday afternoon Mar. 5, 1979. This picture is near the equator of Ganymede.
PIA01517:
Ganymede's Equatorial Region
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-13 Ganymede Voyager
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This color picture as acquired by NASA's Voyager 1 during its approach to Ganymede on Monday afternoon, Mar. 5, 1979. This image shows detail on the surface with a resolution of four and a half km.
PIA01516:
Cratering and Grooved Terrain on Ganymede
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-13 Ganymede Voyager
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This color picture as acquired by NASA's Voyager 1 during its approach to Ganymede on Monday afternoon Mar. 5, 1979. This picture is of a region in the northern hemisphere near the terminator.
PIA01515:
Bright Ray Craters in Ganymede's Northern Hemisphere
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-13 Io Voyager
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This picture of Io, the innermost Galilean satellite, was taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on the morning of March 5, 1979 at a range of 377,000 kilometers (226,200 miles). The smallest features visible are about 10 kilometers (6 miles) across.
PIA01514:
Io Surface Deposits and Volcanic Craters
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-13 Jupiter Voyager
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Reconstruction of a plume on Jupiter, photographed on March 1, 1979 by NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft.
PIA01518:
Jupiter Plume
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-13 Jupiter Voyager
VG ISS - Narrow Angle
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This photo of Jupiter was taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on March 1, 1979, from a distance of 2.7 million miles (4.3 million kilometers). The region shown is just to the southeast of the Great Red Spot.
PIA01513:
Jupiter - Southeast of Great Red Spot
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-13 Jupiter Voyager
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This photo of Jupiter was taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on the evening of March 1, 1979, from a distance of 2.7 million miles (4.3 million kilometers). The photo shows Jupiter's Great Red Spot (top) and one of the white ovals.
PIA01512:
Jupiter's Great Red Spot and White Ovals
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-13 Jupiter Voyager
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This photo, taken on Jan. 9, 1979 by NASA's Voyager 1, is dominated by the Great Red Spot. Swirling, storm-like features possibly associated with wind shear can be seen both to the left and above the Red Spot.
PIA01509:
Jupiter Full Disk with Great Red Spot
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-06 Callisto Voyager
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This color photo of Jupiter's satellite Callisto was made from three black-and-white images taken by NASA's Voyager March 5, 1979 from a distance of 746,000 miles (1.2 million kilometers).
PIA00362:
Callisto's Icy Surface
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-06 Jupiter Voyager
VG ISS - Narrow Angle
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A high resolution image of the Jovian mid-latitudes taken by NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft on March 2, 1979, shows distinctly differing characteristics of the planet's meteorology.
PIA00360:
High Winds in the Jovian Mid-latitudes
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-06 Jupiter Voyager
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This photo of Jupiter was taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on March 1, 1979. The photo shows Jupiter's Great Red Spot (upper right) and the turbulent region immediately to the west.
PIA00359:
Jupiter Great Red Spot and White Ovals
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-03-06 Jupiter Voyager
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Jupiter, its Great Red Spot and three of its four largest satellites are visible in this photo taken Feb. 5, 1979, by Voyager 1. Io, Europa, and Callisto are seen against Jupiter's disk.
PIA00358:
Jupiter and Three Galilean Satellites
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-02-08 Europa Voyager
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This image of the Jovian moon Europa was taken by NASA's Voyager 2 on July 9, 1979, as the spacecraft passed within 225,000 kilometers. This image was taken along the evening terminator, which best shows the surface topography of complex narrow ridges.
PIA01504:
Europa's Evening Terminator
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-02-08 Europa Voyager
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This image of Europa, smallest of Jupiter's four Galilean satellites, was acquired by NASA's Voyager 2 on July 9, 1979, from a (150,600 miles). Europa has a density slightly less than Io.
PIA01503:
Europa's Fractured Surface
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-02-06 Ganymede Voyager
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NASA's Voyager captured this color picture of Ganymede in the region 30 S 180 W shows features as small as 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) across.
PIA00357:
Bright Halo Impact Crater on Ganymede
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This color reconstruction of part of the northern hemisphere of Ganymede was made from pictures taken by NASA's Voyager at a range of 313,000 kilometers (194,000 miles).
PIA00356:
Ganymede's Northern Hemisphere
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-01-18 Europa Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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These artist's drawings depict two proposed models of the subsurface structure of the Jovian moon, Europa. Geologic features on the surface were imaged by the Solid State Imaging (SSI) system on NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01669:
Model of Europa's Subsurface Structure
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-01-18 Io Galileo
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These views of the key volcanic centers on Jupiter's moon, Io, merge color data with higher resolution mosaics. Images were obtained with the green, violet, and 756 micrometer filters of the Solid State Imaging (SSI) system on NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01668:
Key Volcanic Centers on Io
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Solid-State Imaging
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This global view of Jupiter's moon, Io, was obtained during the tenth orbit of Jupiter by NASA's Galileo spacecraft. Io, which is slightly larger than Earth's moon, is the most volcanically active body in the solar system.
PIA01667:
Io's Pele Hemisphere After Pillan Changes
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-01-18 Ganymede Galileo
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NASA's Galileo spacecraft took this global view of Jupiter's moon, Ganymede's trailing side in March, 1988. The colors are enhanced to emphasize color differences.
PIA01666:
Ganymede's Trailing Hemisphere
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-01-18 Europa Galileo
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The anaglyph shows Pwyll crater on Jupiter's icy satellite Europa, captured by NASA's Galileo Orbiter. 3D glasses are necessary to identify surface detail.
PIA01665:
Red-Blue Three Dimensional View of Pwyll crater
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-01-18 Europa Galileo
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These images from NASA's Galileo spacecraft reveal the dramatic topography of Europa's icy crust. North is to the right. An east-west running double ridge with a deep intervening trough cuts across older background plains and the darker wedge shaped band.
PIA01664:
Three Dimensional View of Double Ridges on Europa
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-01-18 Io Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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This global mosaic shows the highest resolution Galileo images available of Jupiter's moon, Io. Images were obtained by the Solid State Imaging (SSI) system on NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01663:
Highest Resolution Mosaic of Io
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-01-18 Europa Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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This shaded relief highlights relative elevations around Cilix crater on Jupiter's moon, Europa. This picture from NASA's Galileo spacecraft was created by shading a model of the surface with the brightnesses resulting from artificial illumination.
PIA01662:
Topography Around Europa's Cilix Crater
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-01-18 Europa Galileo
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The picture compares four large impact structures on Jupiter's icy moon, Europa. Clockwise, from top left, are Pwyll, Cilix, Tyre, and Mannann'an. All images were taken by the Solid State Imaging (SSI) system on NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01661:
Large Impact Structures on Europa
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Add Image to Favorite List 1999-01-08 Jupiter Voyager
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This is a view of Jupiter taken by NASA's Voyager 1. This image was taken through three color filters and recombined to produce the color image.
PIA01353:
Jupiter
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-12-07 Jupiter Galileo
Photopolarimeter-Radiometer
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A recently discovered black spot in Jupiter's clouds is darker than any feature ever before observed on the giant planet. These three panels captured by NASA's Galileo spacecraft depict the same area of Jupiter's atmosphere.
PIA01496:
Jovian Dark Spot
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-12-07 Europa Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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This three dimensional effect is created by superimposing images of Jupiter's moon, Europa, which were taken from two slightly different perspectives. The images were taken by the Solid State Imaging (SSI) system on NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01654:
Rugged Terrain on Europa in 3-D Stereo
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-12-07 Europa Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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This mosaic of an area just southeast of the Tyre multi-ring structure on Jupiter's moon Europa combines two sets of images taken by NASA's Galileo spacecraft. Features in this area include pits, plains, and regions of chaotic terrain.
PIA01653:
Rugged Terrain on Europa
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-12-07 Io Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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These four views of Jupiter's moon Io clearly show airborne plumes of gas and dust from two of Io's active volcanoes, Zamama and Prometheus. The bottom row consists of enlargements of the plume areas. Images captured by NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01652:
Sequence Showing Active Volcanic Plumes on Io
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-12-07 Jupiter Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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Jupiter's white oval storms before and after their historic merger in 1998. Three classic white ovals which formed in the 1930's have occupied the band from 31 to 35 degrees south planetocentric latitude ever since. Images from NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01650:
Historic Merger of Storms on Jupiter
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-12-07 Callisto Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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These images of Callisto, the outermost of the Galilean satellites of Jupiter, reveal a surface characterized by impact craters. The global view (lower left) is dominated by a large bulls-eye feature. Images captured by NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01649:
The Valhalla Multi-ring Structure on Callisto
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Solid-State Imaging
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This composite of Jupiter's icy moon Callisto combines data from two orbits showing several types of impact craters. North is to the top of the picture; the sun illuminates the surface from the east. Images captured by NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01648:
Impact Craters on Icy Callisto: Doh Crater and Asgard
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-12-07 Europa Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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Agenor Linea is an unusually bright, white band on Jupiter's icy moon Europa. This mosaic from NASA's Galileo spacecraft uses color images to 'paint' high resolution images of Agenor, and then places the colorized images within lower resolution images.
PIA01647:
Agenor Linea in Color
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Solid-State Imaging
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Agenor Linea is an unusual feature on Jupiter's icy moon Europa since it is brighter than its surroundings while most of Europa's ridges and bands are relatively dark. High resolution images of Agenor Linea captured by NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01646:
Agenor Linea at High Resolution
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Solid-State Imaging
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The mosaic on the right of the south polar region of Jupiter's moon Europa from NASA's Galileo spacecraft shows the northern 290 kilometers of a strike-slip fault named Astypalaea Linea. The entire fault is about 810 kilometers (500 miles) long.
PIA01645:
The San Andreas Fault and a Strike-slip Fault on Europa
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Solid-State Imaging
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This mosaic of the south polar region of Jupiter's moon Europa from NASA's Galileo spacecraft shows the northern 290 kilometers of a strike-slip fault named Astypalaea Linea. The entire fault is about 810 kilometers (500 miles) long.
PIA01644:
San Andreas-sized Strike-slip Fault on Europa
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Solid-State Imaging
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This view of the south polar region of Jupiter's moon Europa shows part of a gray band that formed as plates on the icy surface separated and material filled in the widening gap. North is to the top of this picture from by NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01643:
A Record of Crustal Movement on Europa
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Solid-State Imaging
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These cracks and ridges in the south polar region of Jupiter's moon Europa have been rotated into sigmoidal or 'S' shapes by the motion of Astypalaea Linea, a strike-slip fault in the moon's icy surface. Images were captured by NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01642:
Cracks and Ridges Distorted by Europan Fault Motion
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-12-05 Jupiter Voyager
VG ISS - Narrow Angle
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This view of Jupiter was taken by Voyager 1. This image was taken through color filters and recombined to produce the color image. This photo was assembled from three black and white negatives by the Image Processing Lab at Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
PIA01384:
Jupiter's Great Red Spot
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VG ISS - Narrow Angle
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This image was obtained on June 29, 1979, when Voyager 2 was 9.3 million kilometers (5.6 million miles) from the planet. The broad, orange band extending across the lower half of the picture is the equatorial region of the planet.
PIA01369:
Jupiter from Voyager 2
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VG ISS - Narrow Angle
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This color composite made from NASA's Voyager 2 shows the Great Red Spot during the late Jovian afternoon. North of the Red Spot lies a curious darker section of the South Equatorial Belt (SEB), the belt in which the Red Spot is located.
PIA01370:
Jupiter's Great Red Spot
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VG ISS - Narrow Angle
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This picture shows a special color reconstruction of one of the erupting volcanos on Io discovered by NASA's Voyager 1 during its encounter with Jupiter on the 4th and 5th of March, 1979.
PIA01368:
Jupiter's Moon Io
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-11-24 Europa Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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This mosaic of a region in the northern hemisphere of Jupiter's moon, Europa, displays many of the features which are typical on the satellite's icy surface. The images were obtained by the Solid State Imaging (SSI) system on NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01641:
Double Ridges, Dark Spots, and Smooth Icy Plains on Europa
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VG ISS - Narrow Angle
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NASA's Voyager 1 took this picture of the planet Jupiter on Jan. 6, 1979, the first in its three-month-long, close-up investigation of the largest planet.
PIA01371:
Voyager Picture of Jupiter
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-11-02 Io Voyager
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The South Polar region of Jupiter's moon Io, seen by NASA's Voyager 1 as it passed beneath in the early 1980s.
PIA01485:
South Polar Region of Io
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-10-30 J Rings Voyager
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First evidence of a ring around the planet Jupiter is seen in this photograph taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on March 4, 1979. The multiple exposure of the extremely thin faint ring appears as a broad light band crossing the center of the picture.
PIA01484:
First Evidence of Jupiter Ring
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-10-30 Jupiter Voyager
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Jupiter and its four planet-size moons, called the Galilean satellites, were photographed in early March, 1980, by NASA's Voyager 1 and assembled into this collage. They are not to scale but are in their relative positions
PIA01481:
Jupiter System Montage
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-10-21 Callisto Galileo
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This artist's concept, a cutaway view of Jupiter's moon Callisto, is based on recent data from NASA's Galileo spacecraft which indicates a salty ocean may lie beneath Callisto's icy crust.
PIA01478:
Callisto Cutaway with Ocean (Artist's Concept)
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Hubble Space Telescope
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Jupiter's White Ovals
PIA01477:
Jupiter's White Ovals
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-10-13 Europa Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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This view of Jupiter's icy moon Europa from NASA's Galileo spacecraft shows a region shaped like a mitten that has a texture similar to the matrix of chaotic terrain, which is seen in images of numerous locations across Europa's surface.
PIA01640:
Mitten shaped region of Chaotic Terrain on Europa
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Solid-State Imaging
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This false-color picture of a convective thunderstorm 10,000 kilometers (6,218 miles) northwest of Jupiter's Great Red Spot was obtained by NASA's Galileo spacecraft on June 26, 1996.
PIA01639:
Water Cloud Thunderstorm Northwest of Great Red Spot
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Solid-State Imaging
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This picture highlights a convective storm (left panel) and the associated lightning (right panels) in Jupiter's atmosphere. The images were taken by the solid state imaging camera system on NASA's Galileo spacecraft at a range of 1.1 million kilometers.
PIA01638:
Jovian Lightning and the Daytime Storm
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Solid-State Imaging
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This view of Jupiter's moon Io in eclipse was acquired by NASA's Galileo spacecraft while the moon was in Jupiter's shadow. Gases above the satellite's surface produced a ghostly glow that could be seen at visible wavelengths (red, green, and violet).
PIA01637:
Io's Aurorae
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Solid-State Imaging
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This view shows lightning storms in three different locations (panels 1, 2, and 3) on Jupiter's night side. Each panel shows multiple lightning strikes, coming from different parts of the same storm. Images captured by NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01636:
Changing Lightning Storms on Jupiter
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-10-13 Io Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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Views of Jupiter's moon Io in the eclipse of the large planet's shadow are color coded so blue to yellow to red represents increasing brightness. Image from NASA's Galileo spacecraft indicate that the lava at Pillan Patera exceeded 1,700 degrees kelvin.
PIA01635:
Io in Eclipse reveals High Temperature Hot Spots
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-10-13 Callisto Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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This mosaic shows the Asgard multi-ring structure on Callisto, Jupiter's second largest icy moon. Images obtained with the clear filter of the Solid State Imaging (SSI) system when NASA's Galileo spacecraft was less than 9,500 kilometers from Callisto.
PIA01634:
Asgard Multi-Ring Structure on Callisto
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Solid-State Imaging
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This mosaic shows the Tyre multi-ring structure which is thought to have been formed by a large impact onto Jupiter's moon Europa. Images obtained by the Solid State Imaging (SSI) system on NASA's Galileo spacecraft.
PIA01633:
The Tyre multi-ring Structure on Europa
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-10-13 Callisto Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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This portion of the surface of Callisto, Jupiter's second largest moon, contains an immensely varied crater landscape. Image obtained by the Solid State Imaging (SSI) system on NASA's Galileo spacecraft during its tenth orbit of Jupiter.
PIA01632:
Callisto's Varied Crater Landscape
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Solid-State Imaging
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This high resolution image from NASA's Galileo spacecraft of Jupiter's icy moon, Callisto, shows two, probably related, phenomena that were quite surprising to planetary scientists. First, a dark, mobile blanket of material covers Callisto's surface.
PIA01631:
So few Small Craters on Callisto
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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-10-13 Callisto Galileo
Solid-State Imaging
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This image of Jupiter's second largest moon, Callisto, presents one of the mysteries discovered by NASA's Galileo spacecraft. In the upper left corner of the image, what appear to be very small craters are visible (See enlargement.)
PIA01630:
Callisto: Pits or Craters?
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