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NUKING JUPITER....

 
NUKING JUPITER..... This site has more information on the matter but for those less scientifically or mathematically inclined it might be a bit boring. . Did we

This site has more information on the matter but for those less scientifically or mathematically inclined it might be a bit boring.

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Did we Nuke Jupiter?
Several years ago I was reading about the Galileo unmanned spacecraft which we sent to examine
Jupiter' s moons. The Galileo space probe was plutonium powered and was still functioning when it
was decided to crash the probe into Jupiter to prevent contamination of Jupiter' s moon Europa.
As a war nerd and always fond of learning about very destructive devices...
I always knew how a plutonium nuclear bomb worked.
This made me think... did we really do that... so like any internet nerd with a weird curiosity, I googled it and
sure enough others had come to the same conclusion and some with more knowledge than me.
A Plutonium nuclear bomb would slightly resemble a soccor ball where plates powered by
an explosive force would force an extreme pressure on the plutonium creating a critical
mass and cause nuclear Fission,
In short - Extreme pressure causes plutonium atoms to split and create massive energy...
i. e. an explosion.
Now Jupiter is big....
Gravity is significantly higher due to is
massive size meaning anything that comes
into contact with Jupiter would get crushed
and since it has no 'hard surface' it would
A continue falling as it was crushed.
About now you should be putting two and two together.
Plutonium + Pressure = Nuclear Explosion
Satellite powered by plutonium + Jupiter' s atmospheric pressure = ?
one month after the satellite was plunged into
Jupiter' s hydrogen depths..... this appeared.
Because of Jupiter' s densely compacted atmosphere. An objec' t rubric" into jupiter would be slowed
but would still eventually reach a crushing depth.
JUPITER - October, 19 was
Then these pictures were taken 30 minutes after
the First black splotch discovery.
Hamm that black trailing spot wasn' t there before.....
UT an UT
Astronomer' s discounted the possibility of an impact by asteroid due to the trailing
nature of the black splotch. We had recorded impacts before and this was different.
So did we nuke Jupiter? '
Most of which in this image was taken from a website (link in desc.) just simplified, supprized,
and shortened
So the next time someone asks if
its possible to turn Jupiter into a
second sun by Nuking it. _
You know its not.
We accidentally tried it...
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