Today, physicist Wal Thornhill concludes his three-part presentation on the early science results from NASA’s Juno mission to the gas giant Jupiter. As previously noted, like countless other recent space discoveries, the mission findings are challenging not only long-held assumptions about Jupiter, but also consensus theories of planet and star formation, and the history of our solar system. On the question of Jupiter’s internal structure and composition, Thornhill offered the provocative thesis that Jupiter is hollow. In this episode, Thornhill presents his predictions for forthcoming Juno revelations, including the mystery of what lies beneath the planet’s Great Red Spot. We begin with some further explanation of electrogravity.
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