According to the NASA ambassador, NASA’s Juno space probe has made an exciting discovery in Jupiter’s orbit: According to reports, this small spacecraft has reportedly detected Jupiter’s largest satellite, Europa Three FM radio signals.
The ambassador said that this is almost a natural signal.
Patrick Wiggins, one of NASA’s ambassadors to Utah, told the local news station in Utah: “This is not ET.” KTVX report. “It’s more like a natural function.”
The fascinating midi is still shrouded in mystery. There seems to be no other channel to confirm Wiggins’s statements, and there does not seem to be any scientific papers or press releases corresponding to Wiggins’ claims. Futurism has contacted Wiggins and NASA for more detailed information about the claim, and if we listen back, we will update it.
The signal may be caused by electrons oscillating at a lower rate than spin, which greatly amplifies radio waves. Korean TVReport. This process is called cyclotron instability (CMI) and is the reason behind the Jupiter aurora observed by Juno in 201
In other words, this discovery is not shocking, especially considering that they were picked up near Jupiter’s poles, where the magnetic field lines connect to Ganymede.
We have known this “decimal radio emission” from Jupiter since the 1960s.On the earth, these signals roughly match the Wi-Fi signals we use to surf the Internet, for example ABC4 Pointed out.
Wiggins said Juno can only orbit Jupiter at a speed of 50 kilometers per second, so only five seconds of radio emissions can be detected.
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