Sunday, April 11

Astronomy

New research reveals secret to Jupiter’s curious aurora activity
Astronomy

New research reveals secret to Jupiter’s curious aurora activity

New research reveals secret to Jupiter's curious aurora activityAuroral displays continue to intrigue scientists, whether the bright lights shine over Earth or over another planet. The lights hold clues to the makeup of a planet's magnetic field and how that field operates. New research about Jupiter proves that point -- and adds to the intrigue. Peter Delamere, a professor of space physics at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute, is among an international team of 13 researchers who have made a key discovery related to the aurora of our solar system's largest planet. The team's work was published April 9, 2021, in the journal Science Advances. The research paper, titled "How Jupiter's unusual magnetospheric topology structures its aurora," was written by Binzheng Zhang ...
Deep Space Anomalies, Scientists Have Discovered Something Far Beyond Our Solar System
Astronomy

Deep Space Anomalies, Scientists Have Discovered Something Far Beyond Our Solar System

Deep Space Anomalies, Scientists Have Discovered Something Far Beyond Our Solar System This is certainly one of the most amazing deep space discoveries ever made. The ultimate goal of Astronomers has always been to find unmistakable signs of current life on a planet beyond Earth and it seems like they might have done just that. Exoplanets have been discovered recently that show all the signs of sustaining life, the next big question is...….can they support us. With major leaps forward in space technology we might soon discover something hardly anyone expected.
Explore the Universe and Our Solar System Documentary
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Explore the Universe and Our Solar System Documentary

Explore the Universe and Our Solar System Documentary The first exploration of the Solar System was conducted by telescope, when astronomers first began to map those objects too faint to be seen with the naked eye. Galileo was the first to discover physical details about the individual bodies of the Solar System. He discovered that the Moon was cratered, that the Sun was marked with sunspots, and that Jupiter had four satellites in orbit around it. Christiaan Huygens followed on from Galileo's discoveries by discovering Saturn's moon Titan and the shape of the rings of Saturn. Giovanni Domenico Cassini later discovered four more moons of Saturn and the Cassini division in Saturn's rings.
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Universe Today

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