The True Jupiter (Update)
Please click the link below in order to see and hear my PowerPoint Presentation for the AGU fall meeting in San Francisco. This explains all of the features visible and invisible on the giant Jupiter which is a solid frozen body not a ‘gas giant’ as currently told in every astronomy book in the world.
As a result of information released at the meeting, several changes in the power-point presentation should be noted.
The Juno MicroWave Radiation experiment has detected the heat in the primary surface vortex, but it was not accepted as such, because the ‘team’ admittedly “could not understand how such a heat concentration could exist in a gaseous planet”. As a result, it was interpreted as a “concentration of ammonia in the equatorial plane of the gaseous planet” – ridiculous.
The gravity experiment has forced a complete change in the models of Jupiter’s interior to one with a large “stable” interior out as far as 0.98 Jupiter radius. It will take a few more science passes (PeriJoves), before they become convinced Jupiter is solid.
The Juno MAG measurements are being reported as having greater “complexity” than expected near the surface. This is where the interface between the exterior field, generated by the plasma cloud and the interior permanent magnetic field within the planet, intersect.
The JEDI energetic ion detector has not reported the 3He+ ions generated by the proposed fusion reaction in spite of their great numbers. This is due to their high velocities (24,299 km/sec) for which the small JEDI detectors cannot measure the Time-of-Flight.
The Juno team knows there is a positive ion cloud circulating prograde close to the planet but cannot explain its composition and how the angular momentum of the planet is transferred to the cloud. In the Methane Gas Hydrate hypothesis the composition is primarily 3He+ ions and the momentum is transferred by the great numbers of these being injected into the cloud from the Great Red Spot.
Two errors by the author: the highly deuterated Large Dark Nebula is 1689N, not 1687N and the fusion reaction is roughly 20,000 km east of the Great Red Spot.