Juno – What learned? -> No new ideas.

Fig. 1 JIRAM IR image of clear-air cyclones at Jupiter’s North Pole

A (45 min.) youtube video of Steve Levin (SWRI) giving a talk on Juno ‘progress’ after 12 perijoves. He states that the measurements from every instrument have given unexpected (unexplained) results, but the Juno ‘team’ insistently uses the same old ‘gas giant’ hypothesis in which the mysteries cannot be explained.

Fig. 2. Visible image of north pole showing clear air.

There are five ‘permament’ cyclones surrounding the south pole with one directly at the pole but there are eight such cyclones around the north pole. These seventeen all rotate as do storms do on Earth, around pressure lows, but this means that adjacent storms are in opposition to each other where they come in contact, dissipating large amounts of energy. Maintaining these requires a driving energy source, for which there is currently no known origin. The apparent elevations in the IR images are produced by using air temperature differences measured (colder the higher) by an Italian IR spectrometer/imager instrument called JIRAM. Visual images (Fig. 2.) of the same region show that the air is clear. In contrast to these huge cyclones the Great Red Spot rotates in the opposite direction because it is an atmospheric high pressure zone, and has not moved toward the north pole in the last 360-years that it has been observed.

The greater number in the north pole is due to the greater extent of the north polar region due to its greater distance from the fusion energy source located at 22 degrees south latitude (Great Red Spot latitude), as mentioned in a previous post.

As mentioned in a third post, lower temperatures measured by the Juno microwave energy system, MWR,  are being interpreted as the presence of ammonia absorbing energy, instead of temperatures. The higher heat from the fusion reaction circulated in the jetstream at the EZ surface, is reported in all channels, but because of the ‘gas giant’ hypothesis, the energy in the longer wavelength channels is being interpreted as coming from deeper in the atmosphere. In order to make sense of this unexpected data, the narrow low temperature zone just north of the equator shown in the cited post, due to particulate clouds rising because of the combining of the Coriolis force and the centrifugal force due to rotation of the prograde jetstream, are imagined to be due to absorption of radiation  by ammonia. Thus the impossible ammonia pancake reported by the Juno MWR people just north of the equator will never be abandoned.

Figure 3 “shows data from the six channels of the microwave radiometer (MWR) instrument onboard NASA’s Juno spacecraft. The data were collected in the mission’s sixth science orbit (referred to as “perijove 7″), during which the spacecraft passed over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot. The top layer in the figure is a visible light image from the mission’s JunoCam instrument, provided for context.”

Fig. 4. Fusion reaction flowing to GRS. Reflected energy from NEB.

The Great Red Spot is hot because it contains the exhaust from the fusion reaction 50,000 km to the east. All channels of the MWR instrument are seeing radiation from the hot surface spot but because Juno people are not aware of the fusion reaction identified in cyclic catastrophism, the layers below the surface image are imagined to represent various depths below the surface for the longer wavelength channels. Radiometers only measure heat, they do not give the depth to the source or identify particular compounds.

Job 38:2 Who is this that darkeneth councel by words without knowledge?

Job 38:32 Can thou bring forth Mazzaroth (Venus) in his season? Or canst thou guide Arcturus with his sons? (Mars with its two moons)?

~ by Angiras on June 16, 2018.

 
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