The inside of Jupiter is as strangely intriguing as the planet’s surface is. There was recorded some sorts of dazzling lights surfaced on the lands of Jupiter by Chandra satellite of NASA. Later it is found that it was nothing but the combination of swirling liquid hydrogen and helium at the center of Jupiter, large atmospheric jet streams, and the foreign gravitational properties all together making it look like some sorts of dazzling light that were witnessed by the satellite.
After viewing the video and data provided by Juno Spacecraft that has been sent to Jupiter by NASA, the researchers are now up with something that they call it “unprecedented insight” into the internal structure and dynamics of Jupiter. Scientists have already got all the data that is all situated below the dense red, brown, and yellow clouds of Jupiter in the past.
When asked about it to the planetary science professor Yohai Kaspi from Weizmann Institute of science in Israel who also contributed in the research with the help of Juno’s new measurements regarding Jupiter’s gravity, said, “Juno is designed to look beneath these clouds.”
An aerospace engineering professor Luciano Less from Sapienza University of Rome who also contributed in the research said, “on Jupiter, a gaseous planet without a solid surface, we can only gather information from orbit.”
“The very center may contain a core made of high pressure and high – temperature rocks and perhaps water, but it is believed to be fluid as well, not solid,” said a planetary scientist Tristian Guillot from the University of Cote d’Azur in Nice who also was a part of the research team. This research was published in the journal Nature.