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Io and its shadow

Io and its shadow

Christopher Go

Io and its shadow
Amateur astronomer Christopher Go captured these views of Io passing in front of Jupiter on April 28, 2014. Io is visible toward the right side of the image, over the boundary between the equatorial zone and the south equatorial band, while its shadow trails behind it toward the left of the image. Visit Christopher's website for additional information.

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Original image data dated on or about April 28, 2014

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