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A spacecraft orbiting Jupiter discovered an FM radio signal from Ganymede, one of the gas giant’s satellites. This discovery marks the first time a signal has been detected from Ganymede.
According to KDFW, NASA’s Utah Ambassador Patrick Wiggins warned that this may not be an alien.
Wiggins said: “This is not ET.” “It’s more like a natural function.”
The spacecraft named Juno is moving in a certain area of Jupiter, and the magnetic field lines can connect with Ganymede satellite. That was when Juno picked up the wireless power supply.
Juno was sent to study how Jupiter formed and evolved over time.
Juno’s main goal is to reveal the story of Jupiter’s formation and evolution. By using time-tested technology on a spacecraft rotating in an elliptical orbit, Juno will observe Jupiter’s gravity and magnetic field, atmospheric dynamics and composition, and evolution. “
The cause of radio emission from the moon is electrons, not excess material on the earth.
Through a process called cyclotron maser instability, electrons oscillate at a lower rate than spin, which causes them to quickly amplify radio waves.
Although this is a major discovery, the spacecraft in operation can only pick up radio radiation within five seconds. Juno galloped past at an amazing speed of 111,847 mph. This speed is sufficient to cross the entire coast of the United States in less than two minutes.