Image of Constant Fusion on Jupiter

Fig. 1. Fusion reaction flowing to GRS below clouds. Reflected energy from NEB.

The primary evidence, that Jupiter is a solid, highly deuterated Methane Gas Hydrate (MGH) planet, lies in its high temperature, multiple zonal ‘wind bands’ (vortices) and powerful magneodisk, all of which are driven by a continuous nuclear fusion reaction on the MGH surface located  ~50,000 km east of the Great Red Spot. Depending on the positions and densities of the clouds, a number of IR images give clear pictures of the fusion reaction and its flow to the Great Red Spot, as in Figure 1.

This fusion of deuterium and protons was triggered by the impact, 6,000-years BP, out of which proto-Venus was born. The hot expanded Jupiter and the plume which shot 2 million km into space, rotating left-to-right every 9-10 hours, were observed by all human cultures for 5,000 years, and called Juno by the Romans. The confirmation of Jupiter’s high deuteration is proven by the slow, 6,000-year decline of the reaction, now the lowest temperature fusion possible, confined by the high atmospheric pressure at the surface, some 700 km beneath the cloud-tops.

                                    p + d -> 3He++ +γ

As discussed previously the primary source of energy from this reaction is the kinetic energy of light, fast (20,000 km/s), 3He++, helium nuclei. These form a hot, counter-clockwise, vortex (Coriolis), which is swept west beneath the cloud-tops due to Jupiter’s rapid eastward rotation, 17,275

Fig. 2. A portion of the 3He++ particles deflected to the poles to form auroral ovals.

km/hr, appearing as the Great Red Spot (Figure 1). The reaction produces 1030/s of these unique particles, all of which have the same high energy, They exit the GRS and, given the angular momentum of Jupiter, circle to the east (prograde), forming what is currently known only as the ‘inner radiation belt’ thought to be ‘mirroring’ ions, the origin of which are unknown. This monoenergetic, circling stream of positively charged high speed particles (yellow in Fig. 2) constitures an electic current that produces the powerful, unique magnetodisk of Jupiter. These particles are invisible, but produce cyclotron/synchrotron radiation currently attributed to electrons. Portions of the stream exiting the GRS are also deflected to the poles, forming the constant auroral ovals (blue Fig. 2). The Juno JEDI ion instrument has been powered down near the inner radiation belt to protect the instrument, minimizing the chance of identifying the particles.


~ by Angiras on December 3, 2017.

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