Watch Jupiter’s volcanic moon Io glow red in incredible images

NASA’s Juno mission has made a close flyby of Jupiter’s 51st, capturing stunning images of its moon, Io, in the process.

Juno flew by Io on Tuesday, May 16, bringing it closer to Jupiter’s volcanic moon than ever before. The spacecraft passed just 22,060 miles (35,500 kilometers) from the surface of the Jovian moon.

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