IO(Jupiter’s moon) shadow on jupitar

Images taken by NASA’s Juno Orbiter from 8000 km above clearly show the shadow of Io, a satellite above Jupiter. The shadow of IO, about the same size as our moon, is only a small shadow above the globular giant Jupiter. This is an event similar to our solar eclipse. The eclipse is a small shadow before the size of Jupiter. Only.
IO is a sphere with active volcanoes. This is due to the extreme gravity of Jupiter.
Juno images are taken while orbiting Jupiter in a high elliptical orbit, exposing itself to the dangers of extreme radiation.

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