The flow of the magnetic fields inside the Gran Mancha Azul is changing almost one by one, each year, creating more flows in some places, and debilitating in others. At the end of the extended mission, in 2025, Moore will have a decade of data to test his hypothesis, which prevailed over the last ten days during this time. “This is what our model predicts, and we will try,” he said.
It is probable that scientists will also encounter new mysteries. Gran Mancha Azul is approximately the same latitude as Gran Mancha Roja. Are there any related phenomena or differences?
“The heck of a lot of different speed bumps suggest that it’s probably too small to be related,” said Moore. “But this time there is some type of causal mechanism. Al fin y al cabo, se trata de un solo planet fluido ”.
During the extended mission, Juno also passes through three of Jupiter’s great moons.
Last week, June commemorated the first execution of more than 20 years ago in Ganimede, the mayor of Jupiter’s moonlight. With over 5100 kilometers of anchovy, Ganímedes is the largest and most massive of the planet Mercury, and is the only known moon to generate its own magnetic field.
Hansen-Koharcheck compares the images of Ganímedes tomadas by Juno with other ancient figures. Some parts of the surface are marketed by surkas that suelen verse in the bright months. Although toadavia has an ocean of liquid water along the cortex of the moon, it is believed that the heel has 100 kilometers of thickness, and it is most probable that the surmounters of Ganímedes form hundreds of millions of years, when the surface was more solid and flexible, said Hansen-Koharcheck.
“It is very probable that the land of the surkas is in communication with this water world”, dijo. “Without embarrassment, if we encounter it, it will also be salty and gritty”.