Jupiter planet is known for eating other planets, Study Shows

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Overall, Jupiter appears to be a frightening place. The King of Planets, which is more than 300 times larger than Earth (and twice the size of all the other planets in our solar system combined), has twice the gravity of Earth and an extraordinarily dense, dry atmosphere. And have you noticed the Big Red Dot on its surface? That’s a storm that’s supposedly been raging for millennia. That is truly terrifying.

However, some scientists believe Jupiter may be far more dangerous than previously imagined. According to an article published in the journal Astronomy and Astrophysics, the planet may have become its colossal, monster self by devouring other planets.

According to the report, Jupiter contains the remains of other planets. While the hypothesis that Jupiter formed from other planets has been around for a while, a clearer image emerged after the planet’s notorious gases temporarily split and Nasa’s Juno space mission was able to collect data about its core.

Scientists were able to gain a better understanding of Jupiter’s appearance beneath its huge gas clouds thanks to this data. According to the chemical composition of the planet’s core, Jupiter likely took up a large number of small planets (called planetesimals) and space rocks to help it grow.

According to the report, Jupiter contains the remains of other planets. While the hypothesis that Jupiter formed from other planets has been around for a while, a clearer image emerged after the planet’s notorious gases temporarily split and Nasa’s Juno space mission was able to collect data about its core.

Scientists were able to gain a better understanding of Jupiter’s appearance beneath its huge gas clouds thanks to this data. According to the chemical composition of the planet’s core, Jupiter likely took up a large number of small planets (called planetesimals) and space rocks to help it grow.

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