NASA's Juno spacecraft has captured Jupiter's volcanic moon Io from about 50,000 miles away, spotting lava flows and lava lakes as bright red spots.
The Juno spacecraft will continue to explore Io, which has so far proven to be the most volcanically active place in the solar system.
Scientists hope to gather more data on the moon's volcanoes that affect the planet's magnetic field and help form massive auroras on Jupiter. According to the researchers, Jupiter has the brightest auroras in the entire solar system.
The Juno space probe entered orbit around Jupiter in 2016. After studying the gas giant, the spacecraft also flew by Jupiter's moons Ganymede and Europa, at different times.