In Part 1 of this presentation, physicist Wal Thornhill began his analysis of the extraordinary revelations from NASA's Juno Mission to the gas giant Jupiter. Like every other recent space mission, what scientists are finding is not what they expected.
In the previous episode, Thornhill focused on Jupiter’s remarkable, electrified atmosphere, an environment that astonished astronomers in 1994, when it was “probed” by the natural intruder, Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9. Today, Thornhill will explore the internal composition and dynamics of the gas giant, already a source of major surprise for NASA investigators.
Part One: "Electric Jupiter and its Many Surprises": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8E0t…
Video courtesy: The Thunderbolts Project
Featured image credit: NASA
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