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This image of Europa and an enlargement of the Thrace region gives visual evidence of the dramatic advance in our knowledge of Jupiter's second Galilean satellite due to the Galileo mission.
The following image is a view of a small region of the thin, disrupted ice crust in the Conamara region...
This color picture is made from images taken from the Galileo spacecraft about 14 minutes before its closest approach to asteroid 243 Ida on August 28, 1993.
The ancient impact craters shown in this image of Jupiter's moon Ganymede are in an area called Galileo Regio.
The detection of very high temperature volcanism--hotter than any terrestrial lavas currently erupting...
These views of Jupiter's moon lo in the eclipse...
This mosaic of two images shows an area within the Valhalla region on Jupiter's moon Callisto….
The first discrete ammonia ice cloud positively identified on Jupiter….
These two images were taken 75 minutes apart and show lightning storms….
Jupiter's rings are seen in a mosaic of five images taken by the Solid State Imaging camera….
Great stuff - I would only add that all you need to see the Galilean moons of Jupiter is a good pair of binoculars and a clear sky.
If you want more, get a telescope (doesn't have to be ridiculously expensive) - seeing the bands and moons in close up is really something.