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How was Io not torn apart by tidal forces during its formation?
Jupiter's moon Io is arguably one of the most volcanically active bodies in the Solar System. The reason, according to NASA's page Scientists to Io: Your Volcanoes Are in the Wrong Place is believed ...
Dec 3 '13 at 19:46
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