The Galilean satellites.

@article{Showman1999TheGS,
  title={The Galilean satellites.},
  author={A. Showman and R. Malhotra},
  journal={Science},
  year={1999},
  volume={286 5437},
  pages={
          77-84
        }
}
NASA's Galileo mission to Jupiter and improved Earth-based observing capabilities have allowed major advances in our understanding of Jupiter's moons Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto over the past few years. Particularly exciting findings include the evidence for internal liquid water oceans in Callisto and Europa, detection of a strong intrinsic magnetic field within Ganymede, discovery of high-temperature silicate volcanism on Io, discovery of tenuous oxygen atmospheres at Europa and… Expand
Planetary and lunar magnetism
The lithosphere and surface of Io
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