Io is one of Jupiter's moons about the size of our moon.  It travels around the giant seen behind it about once every 42 hours.  It orbits about 350,000 kilometers above those hurricanes seen on Jupiter's surface.

Io is one of Jupiter's moons about the size of our moon. It travels around the giant seen behind it about once every 42 hours. It orbits about 350,000 kilometers above those hurricanes seen on Jupiter's surface.

Don’t miss this photo of Phobos By Deborah Byrd The larger of Mars' two moons, Phobos, orbiting in front of Mars.  Image via Mars Express / ESA / DLR / FU Berlin (G. Neukum).

Don’t miss this photo of Phobos By Deborah Byrd The larger of Mars' two moons, Phobos, orbiting in front of Mars. Image via Mars Express / ESA / DLR / FU Berlin (G. Neukum).

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Immagine gratis su Pixabay - Brillamento Solare, Luce Del Sole

Jupiter......not really a planet, but instead a Sun in the making. This hot gas giant has planets that orbit it (currently mislabeled as primary moons) & some of those planets have their own moons (labeled as secondary moons)......who knows how long before it kicks into gear & ignites. ......tick tick tick....

OMG Space - Gorgeous Art Infographics of Space Objects by Margot Trudell

Jupiter......not really a planet, but instead a Sun in the making. This hot gas giant has planets that orbit it (currently mislabeled as primary moons) & some of those planets have their own moons (labeled as secondary moons)......who knows how long before it kicks into gear & ignites. ......tick tick tick....

The ice fountains of Enceladus  Fountains of water ice blast thousands of kilometres above the surface of Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus. It is thought that the pull of Saturn's powerful gravity distorts the moon and heats the interior, forming an underground ocean. When this reservoir of water contacts the vacuum of space it vaporises and explodes above the moon. Any liquid water freezes instantly.    Images of the ice fountains were first captured by the Cassini probe.

The ice fountains of Enceladus Fountains of water ice blast thousands of kilometres above the surface of Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus. It is thought that the pull of Saturn's powerful gravity distorts the moon and heats the interior, forming an underground ocean. When this reservoir of water contacts the vacuum of space it vaporises and explodes above the moon. Any liquid water freezes instantly. Images of the ice fountains were first captured by the Cassini probe.

Comets are cosmic snowballs of frozen gases, rock and dust roughly the size of a small town. When a comet's orbit brings it close to the sun, it heats up and spews dust and gases into a giant glowing head larger than most planets. The dust and gases form a tail that stretches away from the sun for millions of kilometers (photo NASA)

Comets are cosmic snowballs of frozen gases, rock and dust roughly the size of a small town. When a comet's orbit brings it close to the sun, it heats up and spews dust and gases into a giant glowing head larger than most planets. The dust and gases form a tail that stretches away from the sun for millions of kilometers (photo NASA)

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Velké nadnárodní korporace podle údajů z hned několika zdrojů nechtějí toto video na internetu. Nevíme, kolik je na tom pravdy, jen můžeme říct, že obsah videa by měl vidět určitě každý, protože poselství, které vám tam sdělí bude přínosem pro nejednoho člověka! Co na to říkáte? Pište do komentářů! :)

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