25 years ago, NASA sent the Galileo spacecraft. It is the first probe in history to travel into the atmosphere of the largest planet in our solar system, Jupiter. But the information returned from the Galileo spacecraft during Jupiter's landing was difficult to understand. Because the star's atmosphere is very dense and hot.
NASA later sent the Juno spacecraft around Jupiter to study and understand the stellar evolution and its เล่นสล็อต formation. Juno entered Jupiter's orbit on July 5, 2016, and has since orbit it to gather more information about the atmosphere of our neighborly gas giant. The new mystery that Jun answers solves is that the dark regions in the star's atmosphere, known as those 'hot spots', are much wider and deeper than expected.
Juno scientists from the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, USA, explain that Jupiter has a deep atmosphere without a solid or liquid base like Earth. To understand what happens in the depths of these types of planets Must look below the clouds Juno observations shed some old mysteries. Clarified and raised new questions It's not just about Jupiter. But about all gas giant planets.
Du kan skapa nya inlägg i det här forumet Du kan svara på inlägg i det här forumet Du kan inte ändra dina inlägg i det här forumet Du kan inte ta bort dina inlägg i det här forumet Du kan inte rösta i det här forumet