2019-01-31 02:00:45 Source: Technology Daily
Reporter trainee Dai Xiaopei
Juneau, which entered Jupiter's orbit in 2016, has renewed awareness of the planets of the Big Mac solar system. Scientists have recently analyzed the image of the volcanic eruption on Io's surface as it analyzes data sent by Jupiter on the 17th.
Since the space age, humans have successfully launched nine detectors related to Jupiter. Despite getting some of the giant planet and some of the satellites and ring systems that surround it, Jupiter still has many unresolved mysteries. For example, in 2018, American scientists claimed to have discovered 12 satellites of Jupiter, bringing the total number of Jupiter satellites to 79, eclipsing other planets in the solar system. Where does the great satellite attraction of Jupiter come from?
Big Head: Big Brother on the Solar System Planet
Before answering this question, you must first find out where Jupiter comes from.
The planets originate from the material disk. "The small dust particles in the material disc come together to form large and small masses called Xingzi, and the stars collide with each other to form a larger mass." Kong Dali, a researcher at the Shanghai Astronomical Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, told the Science and Technology Daily reporter that the masses The higher the gravitation, the stronger the surrounding gas and the more gas around it can "grow" faster. At this point, other small stars can only "dry their eyes" even if they want to get bigger again because there is no excess gas around them.
If you use the "heads" to talk about heroes, Jupiter will undoubtedly have the noble "born" group. As the largest planet in the solar system, its volume is about 1321 times the volume of the Earth, its mass is 1,888 × 1027 kg, about 318 times the mass of the Earth and 2.5 times the sum of the masses of other planets throughout the solar system. Its central part can be 10 times the weight of the Earth, and it is the well-deserved "elder brother" of the planet of the solar system.
Why is Jupiter's size and quality "excellent"?
Former NASA astrophysicist Jenny Kavinos in "The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)<星球大战>"Science in the Book" writes that the smaller the circumference of the star's orbit, the less material is made to make the planet, so in theory, the closer the planet is, the smaller the volume of the planet, further away from the star. The bigger the planet is.
Further away from the sun, temperatures are lower and more condensing matter such as water, methane and ammonia form the core of extraterrestrial planets. The bigger the planet, the stronger the gravitation. This means that it can attract more light gases and gather around the planet to become a huge atmosphere. This process spawned a distant gaseous giant planet, and Jupiter is one of the greatest representatives.
Kong Dali believes that the quality of Jupiter is aligned with the chaos in the universe, and there is no definite theory to explain. "It's like sprinkling flour in water, the flour will not melt immediately, it will form large and small particles, and we can not decide which one gets bigger and which one gets smaller." Jupiter's mass is better than other planets in the solar system. Great, also very strong random. "