Lo’s Volcanic Eruptions

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The Jovian moons volcanic eruptions stem from the immense gravity the moon is exposed to while being nestled in Jupiter’s gravitational well. Lo tenses and relaxes as it orbits closer to, and further from, Jupiter, generating enough energy for chaotic volcanic activity.

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