What’s happening in Jupiter’s upper atmosphere down at the equator?
Posted by Rosie Johnson in Leicester to Jupiter: The Juno Mission on September 8, 2016
The northern and southern lights of Jupiter are a vibrant and dynamic phenomena, generated by a complex array of mechanisms that create the most powerful aurora in the solar system. There are many aspects of the Jovian aurora which remain to be discovered – something Juno will reveal during it’s time at Jupiter – but […]
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