NASA’s Juno mission captured a spectacular view of the gas giant’s moon Io casting a shadow over Jupiter’s vortex storm. < / P > < p > “like solar eclipses on earth, people will see Europa pass in front of the sun in the fast-moving black circle on Jupiter’s cloud top,” NASA said in a statement last week. < p > < p > Juno has been in orbit around Jupiter since 2016. It captured IO in a close-up flyover at the end of 2019. Kevin gill, a citizen scientist and software engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, processed the images to highlight the dramatic color of the planet. The shadow diameter is about 2200 miles (3540 km). Europa, home to a large number of active volcanoes, is one of Jupiter’s 79 identified moons, but it is also one of the largest. When conditions are right, people on earth can even find it with a set of binoculars. [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States