According to foreign media reports, scientists believe that one of the most likely places in the solar system to find life is probably Jupiter’s satellite. Scientists have announced that, considering that the temperature of Jupiter is higher than it should be given the distance between Jupiter and the sun 483million miles. Previously, scientists now believe that Jupiter’s satellites generate more heat from each other through tidal heating. The new model studies the “heating” between satellites and finds that gravitational interaction between satellites may lead to more tidal heating rather than the results of the operation around Jupiter. Hamish hay, a scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said that while the satellite is much smaller than Jupiter, it is surprising that so much warming has been caused. You don’t expect the satellite to have such a large tidal response, says

< p > hay. The researchers hope that the findings will help astronomers learn more about the overall evolution of the Europa satellite system. Researchers learned that Jupiter has at least 79 known satellites so far. At least four of them are at least enough to keep their surface submerged in a sea of liquid water. Muwei has more than 400 active volcanoes. Tidal heating is realized by a process called tidal resonance, that is, the satellite vibrates at a certain frequency basically. According to hay, resonance can produce more heat. Scientists point out that when you push something at the right frequency, the oscillations get bigger and bigger, just as you push the swing. In calculating the natural frequencies of these satellites, the researchers found that the tidal resonance of Jupiter alone is not consistent with the size of the ocean that is considered to be on the surface of some satellites. Scientists are continuing to study, with the ultimate goal of understanding the source of all heat and its impact on the evolution and livability of the entire solar system world. Privacy Policy