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« Reply #1 on: Jul 11, 2016 02:04 pm »

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i am not into all the self- congratulating bravura though i think it is staggering to have something as large as Jupiter and there is no place to land.... u would just fall thru tumultuous clouds. We are surrounded by exotic worlds!
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« Reply #2 on: Jul 11, 2016 03:08 pm »

Yes, that vid is sort of a self-celebration but, judging by the comments, the NASA engineers themselves are surprised that the probe could successfully engage the orbital setup.

Evidently it was deemed a mission with a significant probability of failure and the celebration is all about the maybe unforeseen success.

we'll see what will come out of this peculiar project.

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« Reply #3 on: Jul 11, 2016 04:02 pm »

Yes, that vid is sort of a self-celebration but, judging by the comments, the NASA engineers themselves are surprised that the probe could successfully engage the orbital setup.

Evidently it was deemed a mission with a significant probability of failure and the celebration is all about the maybe unforeseen success.

we'll see what will come out of this peculiar project.



Thanks for the explanation.... i did not see what u saw. Always helpful to see thru others eyes.
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« Reply #4 on: Jul 12, 2016 03:00 pm »

Steve, that was my impression since those guys are accustomed to launching probes to even further targets such as Pluto (the new Horizon by the way used a slingshot boost using Jupiter's grav field to increase its speed).
Maybe it was due to the new technology with very large solar wings, which maybe raised some doubts about its efficiency.
It will be interesting to see the pictures taken from the Jupiter Cam in October.

Yes, Jupiter is a most weird and unhospitable world. Hydrogen-based extremely turbulent gaseous atmosphere transitions to metallic-hydrogen based ocean, where the gas phase and the liquid phase have no clear boundary. All soaked into a destructive radioactive and magnetic field... Maybe there is a solid rocky core, maybe there isn't, Jupiter should be able to confirm or deny such hypotheses.

The feature which impressed me most? The red spot, a colossal storm visible on its surface, has a size which can accomodate the radius of 2 or 3 earths!!



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Jupiter's interior

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