1. Why are Gas Planets Magnetic? New MRI Research Accidentally Discovers the Answer  Science Times
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Research explains why gas planets have magnetization despite not having metal. Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system, is 1,300 times the Earth's size but does not behave as it should or as scientists predict.Research explains why gas planets have magnetization despite not having metal. Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system, is 1,300 times the Earth's size but does not behave as it should or as scientists predict.

Why are Gas Planets Magnetic? New MRI Research Accidentally Discovers the Answer | Science Times

NASA’s Juno spacecraft will take a Cassini-like approach to exploring the Jovian system when it begins its latest mission extension in August this year at which point it will make passes of Jupiter’s rings and moons, and explore key surface features.NASA’s Juno spacecraft will take a Cassini-like approach to exploring the Jovian system when it embarks on its latest mission extension later this year. Over the next four years, the probe will make multiple passes of Jupiter’s rings and moons.

Juno to explore Jupiter's rings and moons during new mission extension