Volcanic eruption plumes on Io

@article{Strom1979VolcanicEP,
  title={Volcanic eruption plumes on Io},
  author={Robert Strom and Richard Terrile and Harold Masursky and Candice J. Hansen},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1979},
  volume={280},
  pages={733-736}
}
An umbrella-shaped plume detected above Io confirms that Io is volcanically active. Preliminary analyses of eight such eruptive plumes are presented. 
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