2019-01-31 02:00:45 Source: Technology Daily
Internal reporter Dai Xiaopei
Juneau, who entered Jupiter's orbit in 2016, restores awareness of the Big Macs of the Solar System. Recently, scientists have analyzed the image of the volcanic eruption on the Io surface when they analyzed the data sent by Jupiter in 17th place.
Since the time of the universe, people have successfully launched detectors related to Jupiter in total nine times. Despite gaining some giant planets and some satellites and circular systems surrounding it, Jupiter still has many unresolved mysteries. For example, in 2018, American scientists stated that they had discovered 12 Jupiter satellites, bringing the total number of Jupiter satellites to 79, which made other planets in the solar system amazed. Where does Jupiter's great attraction come from?
Big Head: Big Brother on the Solar System
Before answering this question, you first need to find out where Jupiter comes from.
Planets come from the disc material. "The small dust particles in the material disc collect and produce large and small masses called" Xingzi "and the stars collide with each other to create more." Kong Dali, a researcher at the Astronomy Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai, told the Science and Technology Daily reporter that the masses the greater the gravity, the stronger the surrounding gas, and the more gas around you can "grow" faster. At this point, other small stars can "dry their eyes", even though they want to re-grow, because there is no excess gas around them.
If you use "heads" to talk about heroes, Jupiter will undoubtedly have a noble "born" group. As the largest planet in the solar system, its volume is about 1321 times the Earth's volume, its weight is 1,888 × 1027 kilograms, about 318 times the Earth's mass, and 2.5 times the sum of the masses of other planets throughout the solar system. Its main part may be ten times the mass of the Earth, and it is the deserved "big brother" of the planet of the solar system.
Why is Jupiter's size and quality "excellent"?
NASA's former astrophysicist Jenny Kavinos in "National Aeronautics and Astronautics (NASA)<星球大战>"Science in the Book" writes that the shorter the perimeter of the orbit from the star, the less the material is made to create the planet. Therefore the theoretically the closer the planet is, the smaller the volume of the planet, the distance from the star. The bigger the planet.
Far from the sun, temperatures are lower and more condensed, like water, methane and ammonia, which form the core of extraterrestrial planets. The larger the planet, the stronger the gravity. This means that it can attract more light gases and gather around the planet to become a huge atmosphere. This process created a distant gas giant planet, and Jupiter is one of the great leaders.
Kong Dali believes Jupiter's quality is in line with chaos in space and there is no theory to explain. "It's like spraying flour into the water, the flour does not instantly melt, it creates large and small particles, and we have no way of deciding which one is going to grow and which of them is smaller. Jupiter's mass is better than other planets in the solar system. Big, also very strong, random. "