Io: Jupiter's Windy Volcano Moon
NRAO scientist Arielle Moullet introduces the intense relationship between the giant planet Jupiter and its volcanic moon, Io, that are visible only to radio telescopes. Discover more about Our Milky Way Galaxy on our website:
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Jupiter's Moons May Keep Each Other Warm
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Shadow of Io on Jupiter (24 May 2020)
Local Time 03:29 Larissa Greece
Distance: 674 Million km
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Camera ZWO ASI290MC Color
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White Bal (B)=99
White Bal (R)=60
Io - A Hell of a Moon!
We continue our exploration of the Solar System's moons with Io- the most geologically active world in the Solar System. A planet plagued with volcanoes, lava flows and extreme radiation, which is being driven by its parent planet Jupiter, the largest world in the solar system. Follow my new Twitter: https://twitter.com/SEA_yt_
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Multiple sequences in this video were captured using SpaceEngine Pro, a virtual universe simulator! http://spaceengine.org/
Get SpaceEngine on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/314650/SpaceEngine/ - Images of Io: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS
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- Io Heat Map: https://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/archive/PIA22599.gif - Hubble Telescope Images: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Un5SEJ8MyPc
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- BBC Two's "The Planets with Brian Cox" - https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p06qj30b/the-planets-series-1-3-the-godfather-jupiter
Jupiter's Moon Io Casts Large Shadow on Gas Giant Planet
NASA's Juno mission captured imagery of the shadow of Jupiter's moon Io being cast onto the gas giant planet's clouds. Story: NASA's Juno Mission Checks Out Eclipse on Jupiter: https://www.space.com/juno-sees-io-moon-shadow-on-jupiter.html Juno: Taking a Long Look at Jupiter: https://www.space.com/32742-juno-spacecraft.html Credit: Space.com / produced & edited by Steve Spaleta http://www.twitter.com/stevespaleta
The Bizarre Characteristics of Io | Our Solar System's Moons
Everything you could want to know about the most volcanic object in our Solar System: Io. Explore Jupiter's innermost Galilean moon with Astrum.
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TBS Archive - Jovian Moon Dance - Io and Ganymede - Speedlapse approx 3 hours
This is a clip I created a little over a year ago.. just found it in the archive and decided to release it, cause why not? It's about 2-3 hours of tracking Jupiter and it's moons on the Nexstar8 and Sony a6000. I didn't note it in the video, but I have it playing 3 times in a row, each at different speeds. Rock out!
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Volcanic eruptions tracked on Jupiter moon Io
All hot spots detected from August 2013 through December 2015 are displayed on a full map of Io, illustrating the approximate length of time they were visible. The size of the circle corresponds logarithmically to the intensity. For the full story, visit: http://news.berkeley.edu/2016/10/20/long-term-hi-res-tracking-of-eruptions-on-jupiters-moon-io/ Credit: Katherine de Kleer and Imke de Pater, UC Berkeley http://www.news.berkeley.edu/
The Freezing of Io's Atmosphere During Eclipses of the Sun by Jupiter
Io is a moon of Jupiter which is volcanically active and, in fact, is the most active object in the solar system. This strong volcanism is stimulated by the gravitational interaction between Io and Jupiter. Not only that, Io’s volcanoes emit plumes of SO2 gas extending up to 300 miles (483 km) above the moon’s surface and also produce extensive basaltic lava fields that can flow for hundreds of miles. Using the Gemini Telescope, researchers discovered that Io's atmosphere collapses as the giant planet casts its shadow over the moon’s surface during daily eclipses. These eclipses are about 2 hours out of each Io-day (about 1.7 Earth days). Clever observations allowed several eclipses and subsequent freezing to be detected. Join Tony Darnell and Carol Christian as they discuss with Constantine Tsang and John Spencer (Southwest Research Institute) along with Matthew Richter (University of California, Davis) the techniques used to discern this amazing phenomenon in our solar system. The best place to watch the hangout will be on YouTube, broadcast on the Deep Astronomy Channel. In affiliation with the American Astronomical Society and the American Astronautical Society. Download the DeepAstronomy App and stay current on all content: Android:
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Jupiter's Moon Io - Unusual Collapsing Atmosphere - Universe Sandbox²
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Spacecraft captures unique images of Jupiter
Images captured by NASA's Juno spacecraft are the first to show Jupiter's moons in orbit around the massive planet.
Jupiter Juno mission: 5 facts you need to know- BBC News
A Nasa spacecraft is about to arrive at the largest planet in the solar system - Jupiter. The probe launched five years ago and has travelled nearly three billion kilometres to reach its destination.
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Jupiter animation : Transit of Io and Ganymede and their shadows
This is an animation of a double transit of 2 satellites (moons) of Jupiter : Io and Ganymede. Their shadows are also cleraly visible on the planet.
Captured using a telescope Skywatcher 150/750 on a Neq3-2 mount and a webcam Logitech C270
No impact was detected over Jupiter.
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Jupiter and Io
Jupiter & Io move across my view... video taken with my Orion SkyQuest XT10 Dobsonian, Canon EOS 60D, Orion Variable Universal Camera Adapter and 20mm Plossl lens. -Marty
Io starting to pass over Jupiter
Video clip taken through the eyepiece of the c14 at hjro observatory. This has a lot of shaking in the video because I could not hold the iPhone steady and it was not mounted on the eyepiece. We can see in this video clip the moon io is starting to pass over the disk of Jupiter. A much better image would be usable from a camera hooked up to the telescope, rather than using a simple iPhone 6.
Jupiter & Io - 04/05/2016
Scope: Vixen VMC 260l
Mount: Losmandy G11
Camera: QHY5L-II Mono
Jupiter - Io Ganymède Europe - 23/03/2016 - Animation
Animation de Jupiter avec ses lunes Io, Ganymède et Europe.
Telescope C8 + 3x Barlox = 6000mm.