How Electric Currents Heat Saturn’s Atmosphere | Space News

For many years, one of the “great mysteries” in planetary science has been the high temperatures in the upper atmospheres of gas giant planets. The apparent anomaly cannot be explained due to simple solar heating given the planets’ tremendous distance from the Sun.

Recently, a team of scientists reported that they have an answer: Electric currents trigger aurorae, which then produce the anomalous heating. In this episode, we explain why this development is yet another confirmation where predictions based on the Electric Universe model are found to be more accurate than those of institutionalized science and its standard model of cosmology.

Wal Thornhill: The Saturn/Earth Connection and Our Place in the Universe | Space News
Wal Thornhill: Saturn’s Strange Hot Spot Explained | Holoscience

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