Which moon of the Jupiter is found to have huge Lava Lake?

Which moon of the Jupiter is found to have huge Lava Lake?
[A]Io
[B]Europa
[C]Ganymede
[D]Callisto

Io
Astronomers have found Lava Lake on Io, one of Jupiter’s moons. The observation was done by using the Large Binocular Telescope. The largest of volcanic activities has been named Loki after the Norse god often associated with fire and chaos, is a volcanic depression called patera in which the denser lava crust solidifying on top of a lava lake episodically sinks in the lake, yielding a raise in the thermal emission that has been regularly observed from Earth. Loki, only 124 miles in diameter and at least 373 million miles from Earth, was, up until recently, too small to be looked at in detail from any ground-based optical/infrared

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