Scientists Found Evidence of water on Jupiter

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Scientists_Found_Evidence_of_water_on_Jupiter-300x168 Scientists Found Evidence of water on JupiterScientists are working for centuries to understand the evaluation of Jupiter and find about this mysterious planet that is the biggest one in our solar system. Understanding about Jupiter opens up several paths to analyze the evaluation of the solar system.

Gordon L. Bjoraker, an astrophysicist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland mentioned in a statement that he and his team have brought up the answers for many real questions about Jupiter and also plans to update more on it by looking from ground-based telescopes at wavelengths sensitive to thermal radiation the pressure of the water where they combined their measurements with another oxygen-bearing gas, carbon monoxide that ensures Jupiter has 2 to 9 times more oxygen than the Sun.

Bjoraker also said that, Advanced spectroscopic technology and inspiring curiosity gave the team a boost in peering deep inside Jupiter, which has an atmosphere thousands of miles from where we collected supplement information from NASA’s Juno spacecraft that is specially tasked for finding water, likely in gas form, on this giant gaseous planet that is gathering information by revolving around the planet for every 53 from north to south. Experts from planetary atmosphere expect that there are three cloud layers on Jupiter namely lower layer made of water ice and liquid water, a middle one made of ammonia and sulphur, and an upper layer made of ammonia.
Bjoraker’s team conducted experiments at wavelengths in the infrared range of light where most gases don’t absorb heat especially to confirm those atmospheric strategies and they also analyzed the absorption patterns information of methane gas as Jupiter is too warm for methane to freeze, its abundance should not vary from a place to another place.

Bjoraker’s team also found evidence for the three cloud layers in the Great Red Spot which supports earlier models where the deepest cloud layer is at 5 bars, the and the temperature reaches the freezing point for water. So, it clearly distinguishes that “we very likely found a water cloud.” The location of the water cloud in addition to the amount of carbon monoxide that the researchers identified on Jupiter will confirm that Jupiter has abundant oxygen in addition to water and is tested with a full picture of global water abundance and other features with the help of Juno.