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Voyager 1 close-up image of Jupiter and its moons Io and Europa
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Jupiter and Moons

This view of Jupiter was obtained by the Voyager 1 spacecraft in 1979 at an altitude of about 12.4 million miles. Two of the larger moons can be seen in orbit around the planet. Io can be seen to the left and Europa is to the right.

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