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Turning Io into an electric generator

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It could be Jupiter’s moons and surprising tidal gravity heating effects.

Or scientists can seemingly ignore everything they have actually measured in their surprising observable solar system. Was every single discovery of the Io Jupiter plasmoids circuit a surprise and not initially predicted? It is all models and which construct you go with.

Polar hot spots are caused by Birkeland currents

The now accepted theory of sun-Earth Birkeland currents, what astro-physicists call magnetic ropes or flux ropes,[1] provides a mechanism to explain polar hot spots on planets throughout the solar system. CHANDRA x-ray data of Jupiter from 2000,[2] the Cassini image of Titan in infrared from 2009,[3] and Keck Observatory’s temperature data from Saturn in 2004,[4] …

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Dusty plasma cosmology: Jupiter and Io

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Low or no thermal signals for Io’s volcanic explosion plumes. No need for volcanic heat. Ionised gases (plasma) containing dust like electrochemical particles moving in, through and part of Jupiter’s magnetosphere phenomenons. Transformation of chemical elements by electromagnetic forces flowing in the plasma wind. Charged material accelerating up their plasma fountain variation. “These results highlight …

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Hexagonal storm structures on Jupiter

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Polygon hurricane type storms around Jupiter and hexagon shaped storms on Jupiters poles. Plasma and its electromagnetic structures are scalable. Are hexagonal shapes a natural structure in space weather, geology and the universe? Nasa’s Juno mission to the gas giant Jupiter has reached its halfway mark and has revealed new views of cyclones at the …

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Europa’s hot and cold currents

Jupiter’s moon Europa appears to have a surprising cold area located on its north hemisphere. NRAO astronomer Bryan Butler and Caltech researchers Samantha Trumbo and Michael Brown compared the new ALMA observations of Europa to a thermal model based on observations from NASA’s Galileo spacecraft. This comparison allowed the team to analyze the temperature changes …

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