This is the aurora of Jupiter. What are the visible bright spots caused by?

volcanic peaks
atmospheric storms
Jupiter moons
multiple magnetic poles of Jupiter
Jupiter's moons, es­pe­cial­ly Io (spot on the left), are powerful sources of auroras on Jupiter. These arise from electric currents along field lines, gen­er­at­ed by a dynamo mech­a­nism due to the relative motion between the rotating planet and the moving moon.

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