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An infrared thermal map and a visible-light image from NASA's Galileo spacecraft show the likelihood of an active lava lake at a volcanic feature called Gish Bar on Jupiter's moon Io. Galileo observed the Gish Bar region with the spacecraft's near-infrared mapping spectrometer instrument in August 2001 (right) and with its solid-state imaging camera in October 2001 (left). Comparison of the camera image with the infrared thermal map and with earlier images, (see

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