Jupiter’s Swirling Red Storm Is Red Hot

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In the distant Kingdom of four majestic gas giant in the outer regions of the solar system, stripped behemoth Jupiter reigns as the king of the planet-in fact, it combines more than two times more massive than all the other major planets in our solar system! Our sun and her charming family of planets, moons, asteroids and comets, which are formed first, approximately 4.56 billion years ago, when it emerged as a result of the collapse of a particularly dense blob immersed in a float from the many huge and beautiful, cold and ghostly, like a dark molecular clouds to the ghostly elegance in the space between stars in the milky way. If the giant king of the planet first formed in our prehistory the solar system, it sparkled like a little star, burning with a fabulous shoots his own creation–and Jupiter could be the star when he was born, having a greater mass. Jupiter’s Great Red spot is a dancing storm–the largest in the solar system. This is a huge storm Jupiter is one of the most well-known objects, and in July 2016, a team of astronomers announced their amazing discovery that Jupiter is the Great Red spot red hot!

An international team of astronomers have discovered a swirling red storms, heat waves and its consequences, a report in the July 27, 2016 issue of the journal Nature that Jupiter is the Great red spot, perhaps the origin of a mysterious energy required for baking the planet’s upper atmosphere, which are observed anomalously high values. The new study, led by Dr James o’donoghue, who began the study with a small grant from the Royal astronomical society (RAS) in London, UK. Dr O’donoghue is a research scientists at Boston University, Massachusetts.

Jupiter with its huge storm turns out to be a deep red swirl, surrounded by layers of bright yellow, orange and white. The sharp winds that scream in the storm was measured by NASA scientists gusts of wind have a few hundred miles per hour.

Jupiter and beautiful, anything less beringten of the planet Saturn are the two outer gas giants of our solar family, while Uranus and Neptune duet smaller (but still huge) ice giants. This distant Quartet of giant worlds contain hidden kernels that are covered with strong, characterized by a mass and density of the gaseous atmosphere. All four huge gas giant of our solar system and outer cold regions are very different from the four much smaller, rocky inner terrestrial planets-mercury, Venus, earth and Mars–our circle of stars in much more complex ways than the four giant outer solar system.

Jupiter is the fifth planet from our sun, and its average distance from it is about 5.2 astronomical units (AU). AC corresponds to the distance between earth and the stars, which is 93,000,000 miles. This means that the Jupiter’s distance from our star a little more than five times the distance between earth and the sun. If seen from earth, Jupiter, usually the second brightest planet in our night sky after Venus. He was named after Jupiter, king of Roman gods (the Greek Zeus).

The planet itself, as it is known that people since prehistoric times. Our ancestors were able to see it as a bright, tiny point of light in the night sky. This is because Jupiter to reveal one of the most striking objects even in the dark clear night on earth.

Jupiter-this can be something as massively as the gas giants-planet-still a planet and not a star. It consists of about 90% hydrogen and 10% helium-what is the same composition as our sun. However, Jupiter also contains minute quantities of rocky material, ammonia, methane and water. If the materials in the formation of this giant planet, he would have squeezed harder and harder by gravity, but the radius will increase. Star can grow to be much bigger than Jupiter. However, the star contains its own valuable source of fiery heat.

When Jupiter was born in our solar system in its infancy, he was a bright light, like a star. In fact, Jupiter would be a star when he was young, but fortunately for life on earth Jupiter has failed glory. Jupiter had managed to get in enough bulk to develop into a star, our sun and Jupiter would be, both components of a binary star system and we wouldn’t be here to search the tiny glowing objects dancing in our sky at night.

In the original solar system, energy, tumbling through the material for another fine Jupiter its interior causes the fry grow, exciting hot. To acquire more the mass of Jupiter manages, the hotter it was. When the old material was a rain-gravity is to be raised from the internal environment, the swirling proto-planetary accretion disk, it was finally eaten, and Jupiter may also have achieved it is amazing with a diameter of more than 10 times that today. This remarkable planetary king also had a burning-hot temperature of about 50,000 degrees Kelvin, and glittering lights, which was about 1% as large as our sun.

Jupiter had been born having a greater mass, would have gone for it to grow warmer and then to decline. This process will continue until they get a new baby-star lit the end of fusion’s raging fires. If this happened, Jupiter would be a star the star related to our sun and our planet and its seven brothers and sisters of the worlds probably would not. But Jupiter was not as star-is never large enough for the fusion process in the light of his starfire.

Jupiter rotates faster than any other planet in our solar family. Rotation or spin, equal to one day. Jupiter-day equivalent to 10 earth hours, and its orbit is elliptical, which means that its orbit has the shape of a football. Jupiter takes 12 earth years for the full single orbit around our sun. This means one year on Jupiter is 12 years on earth.

Heavy clouds of Jupiter quite cold. In fact, they really frigid temperature of -234 degrees Celsius. The temperature near the center of the earth, but much hotter. The temperature of Jupiter’s core may be about 43,000 degrees Fahrenheit. This means that the core of Jupiter is hotter than the surface of our sun.

Would it be possible for the person on the clouds in the upper part of Jupiter’s atmosphere. However, if this capacity can be achieved gravity would be extremely awkward, 2.4 times more than the force of gravity on the earth’s surface. This means that the person who weighs it will weigh 100 kg on earth, about 240 pounds on Jupiter.

Powerful winds gust roaring with rage, Jupiter, stab the surface. In fact, from the winds of Jupiter to sweep over the planet, between 192 mph to over 400 mph! Jupiter-surface ringed with thick, brown, yellow, white and red clouds. He also owns a trio of slender, gossamer ring, they were discovered in 1979 by NASA’s space probe Voyager 1, and they consist of very thin rings mainly from small, very small particles of dust.

Magnetic field belongs to our solar system, king of the planets are very strong. Very deep in Jupiter’s thick and heavy clouds concealed, there is a giant ocean of rare and bizarre of liquid metallic hydrogen. As Jupiter rotates, this vortex, vortex the liquid metal rotation and forms that the strongest magnetic field in our solar family. Very sharp on Jupiter-clouds float in ten thousand kilometers higher than where the magnetic field–formed Jupiter’s magnetic field is about 20 times stronger than the earth has its own magnetic field.

Since that time, the great Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei–, looked at the mysterious night sky with its primitive “spyglass”in 1600 years– used by astronomers to learn new and more technologically sophisticated telescopes on earth, Jupiter. In addition, you can also use supported by space telescopes like the venerable Hubble Space Telescope (HST), which is in orbit around the earth. NASA also has a space ship sent to a distant realm of the outer gas giant to visit the Jupiter system. This visit is recorded by the spacecraft Pioneer 10, Pioneer Saturn, Voyager 1, Voyager 2 and Ulysses, Galileo, Cassini and New Horizons spacecraft.

NASA’s space probe Juno orbit to enter the Jupiter 4. July 2016-it marks the beginning of a long period of 20 months collecting scientific data with the planned de-orbit. Juno was launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station 5. August 2011, as part of the New Frontiers program.

Juno is the second spacecraft of the only orbit of Jupiter, and the first solar-powered ship, to bring this art piece a fully. Atomic Galileo probe was the first spacecraft to orbit the king of the planets. Galileo in orbit around Jupiter from 1995-2003.

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