Baby Jupiter was so grown up eating other children on the planet

Scientists have found that the interior of Jupiter is filled with the remains of baby planets that were swallowed up by giant gases, which, as it spreads, become the mast we see today. The findings come from the first clear view of the chemistry beneath the planet’s cloudy outer atmosphere.

Despite being the largest planet in the solar system, Jupiter it has spread little about its inner workings. Telescopes have taken thousands of images vortex clouds in the upper atmosphere of the giant gas, but these Van Gogh storms also act as obstacles that hinder the view of the one below.

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