Juno solves the mystery of Jupiter’s lightning

For decades, lightning flashes have been observed in Jupiter’s atmosphere, especially near the poles, but the radio waves they emitted seemed different from those of these luminous flashes on Earth. Now, thanks to the most powerful radiometers of the Juno probe, it has been proven that the frequencies are not…

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Detected geysers in Europe, Jupiter’s moon

The Galileo mission detected in situ the geysers of water that flowed out of Europe more than twenty years ago. The moon of Jupiter is one of the most promising places for the search of extraterrestrial life.

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