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The spacecraft orbiting Jupiter discovered an FM radio signal from Ganymede, one of the gas giant’s moons. The discovery marks the first time a signal from Ganymede has been detected.
NASA Utah ambassador Patrick Wiggins warns it may not be an alien, according to KDFW.
“It’s not ET,” Wiggins said. “It’s a more natural function.”
The spacecraft, known as Juno, is moving across Jupiter in a magnetic field, capable of connecting with Ganymede moon. That’s when Juno picked up the radio source.
Juno was sent to study how Jupiter formed and evolved over time.
“Juno’s main goal is to reveal the story of Jupiter’s formation and evolution. Using long-proven technology aboard a rotating spacecraft placed in an elliptical orbit, Juno will observe Jupiter’s gravitational and magnetic field, dynamics and atmospheric composition and evolution, “according to NASA.
It is an electron, not a special land, which is responsible for emitting radio waves from the Moon.
Through a process called cyclotron maser instability, electrons oscillate at a lower rate than they spin, causing them to rapidly amplify radio waves.
Although there is an important discovery But the orbiting spacecraft was able to receive radio emissions for just five seconds. Juno was injured at a blinding speed of 111,847 mph. Fast enough to cross the US coast to coast in less than two minutes.