Here’s Why Jupiter’s Volcanic Moon Io has “Meandering Ridges” Like Deserts Here on Earth — Universe Today

Within Jupiter’s massive system of satellites, four large moons really stand out. They’re known as the “Galilean Moons” in honor of Galileo Galilee, who made the first recorded observations of them in 1610. 815 more words

Here’s Why Jupiter’s Volcanic Moon Io has “Meandering Ridges” Like Deserts Here on Earth — Universe Today

Digging Through Kepler Data Turns Up a Near Twin of Jupiter — Universe Today

NASA’s Kepler planet-hunting spacecraft was deactivated in November 2018, about ten years after it launched. The mission detected over 5,000 candidate exoplanets and 2,662 confirmed exoplanets using the transit method. 1,499 more words

Digging Through Kepler Data Turns Up a Near Twin of Jupiter — Universe Today
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