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Lorentz Center Highlights
ABSTRACT: We have used the 10-m Keck and 8-m Gemini telescopes, equipped with adaptive optics, to regularly observe Jupiterís moon Io since 2001. In the past few years we have also used the Large Binocular Telescope Interferometer to observe the satellite. In this talk I will show some of our most fascinating results with regard to the largest volcanic eruptions ever seen in our solar system.