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Jupiter 2006  Imke de Pater, Michael Wong (UC Berkeley); Al Conrad (Keck Observatory), and Chris Go (Cebu, RP)  A false-color composite near-infrared image of Jupiter and its moon Io, taken July 20 Hawaii time (July 21 UT) by the Keck II telescope on Mauna Kea using adaptive optics (AO) to sharpen the image.

Jupiter 2006 Imke de Pater, Michael Wong (UC Berkeley); Al Conrad (Keck Observatory), and Chris Go (Cebu, RP) A false-color composite near-infrared image of Jupiter and its moon Io, taken July 20 Hawaii time (July 21 UT) by the Keck II telescope on Mauna Kea using adaptive optics (AO) to sharpen the image.

Tvashtar Montage (NASA New Horizons Jupiter Encounter Image) An HST image of Io and the Tvashtar plume seen against Jupiter; sulfur gas in the plume absorbs ultraviolet light, making the plume look reddish in this color composite.

Tvashtar Montage (NASA New Horizons Jupiter Encounter Image) An HST image of Io and the Tvashtar plume seen against Jupiter; sulfur gas in the plume absorbs ultraviolet light, making the plume look reddish in this color composite.

ULYSSES AT JUPITER, To reach its final polar orbit around the Sun, chosen in order to chart the heliosphere at all solar latitudes, Ulysses needed a gravitational pull from Jupiter.

ULYSSES AT JUPITER, To reach its final polar orbit around the Sun, chosen in order to chart the heliosphere at all solar latitudes, Ulysses needed a gravitational pull from Jupiter.

Gordan Ugarkovic-Jupiter and Io [natural color] Four Cassini narrow-angle filter frames

Gordan Ugarkovic-Jupiter and Io [natural color] Four Cassini narrow-angle filter frames

Io in True Color: Jupiter's moon Io is intensely yellow is from sulfur and molten silicate rock. Its pocked surface is due to young, active volcanoes.

Io in True Color: Jupiter's moon Io is intensely yellow is from sulfur and molten silicate rock. Its pocked surface is due to young, active volcanoes.

This beautiful image of the crescents of volcanic Io and more sedate Europa is a combination of two New Horizons images taken March 2, 2007, about two days after New Horizons made its closest approach to Jupiter.

This beautiful image of the crescents of volcanic Io and more sedate Europa is a combination of two New Horizons images taken March 2, 2007, about two days after New Horizons made its closest approach to Jupiter.

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