Shared March 2, 2019
NASA’s Juno mission to the gas giant Jupiter has provided data that could rewrite much of planetary science. According to NASA scientists, the conventional theoretical models on the planet’s auroras, its atmosphere, its interior and its magnetic field have found no support at all in the mission’s findings. The consistent theme in the surprises is the extraordinary and conventionally unexpected electromagnetic energies the spacecraft detected. In this episode, Thunderbolts Picture of the Day Managing Editor Stephen Smith offers a succinct overview of the most significant discoveries from the historic mission.
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