Planets: How the Polar Lights Form on Jupiter

Planets: How the Polar Lights Form on Jupiter

The northern lights are not a feature of the Earth. Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system, also has aurorae, which were discovered in 1979 by NASA’s Voyager 1 space probe. Since then, it has not been clear how exactly Jupiter’s northern lights are generated. Are the processes there at least similar to Earth’s magnetosphere? Or is there something completely different at work? A research team led by Zhonghua Yao of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has now In the journal » Science Advances « Presented at least a partial solution.

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