New photograph of Jupiter’s volcanic moon “equal to taking an image of a dime from 100 miles away”

New photograph of Jupiter’s volcanic moon “equal to taking an image of a dime from 100 miles away”


You’d be forgiven for considering that these just lately launched pictures of Jupiter’s lively moon named Io, had been taken from area. 

The photographs had been in actual fact, taken by attaching a digital camera often known as the SHARK-VIS connected to the Giant Binocular Telescope, which sits atop Mt. Graham in Arizona, USA. 

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