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Jupiter from Europa. Computer artwork of a view towards Jupiter, across the surface of Io, one of Jupiter's many moons. Io is the third largest of the moons of Jupiter, and is about the same size and density as the Earth's Moon. The powerful Jovian gravity powers volcanos, forming surface hotspots so that surface temperatures vary greatly, ranging from 2000 to -140 degrees Celsius.
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