Horrendous sounds of life of an unknown origin are being recorded on Jupiter by NASA’s Juno spacecraft. Further examination of the footage suggests they are originated by some unknown obscure colossal creatures living on the planet.
Scientific circles awaited with anticipation the moment when after 5 years of intergalactic travel, Juno finally arrived at its destination - Jupiter and after attaining a stable orbit of the planet, managed to collect and send back to Earth information, of inestimable significance, about Jupiter’s atmosphere, magnetic field, and weather phenomena.
On June 24, Juno crossed the perimeter of Jupiter’s magnetic field and that’s when the WAVES instrument aboard the spacecraft began getting a progression of entrancing radio signals that sound extraordinary when moved down into the discernible range.
According to sources in NASA, researchers can not yet affirm with certainty precisely what is going on under the billowing clouds of Jupiter’s atmosphere yet, as reported by them, a booming blast that is heard on the recording is caused by specific phenomena called astrophysical bow shock. It is the consequence of the interaction between a celestial object’s magnetic field and the atmospheric plasma flows that are hindered and warmed by the magnetic field they encounter giving rise to the shocking, extraordinary sounds.
From the little data we have about Jupiter, we know it is impossible that carbon-based life forms could survive on its surface to survive types of life. But this does not exclude the possibility of a different type of life form since exobiologists believe exotic life forms could exist in Jupiter’s thick, 5,000 mile deep atmosphere, which is for the most part hydrogen, but it does additionally contain amounts of ammonia, methane and water. These are the very gasses that were utilized as a part of the renowned Miller-Urey experiment that showed how the fundamental building blocks of life could be created by interactions between gasses in a planet’s environment.
Artist’s rendition of possible life forms on a gas giant
The Miller-Urey experiment was relatively easy, water vapor was placed in a flask comprising of hydrogen gas, methane, and ammonia. Miller transferred the electronic pulse through the compound and, after only one week of zapping the gas, the substance of the flask had already revealed remnants of organic molecules and amino acids, the precursors of life. Jupiter possesses the gases and also has lightning storms to carry out its own experiments
The possibility of Jupiter to sustain life forms has frequently encouraged many speculations by numerous writers and scholars. In the 1971 science fiction novella,” A Meeting with Medusa”, writer and futurist Arthur C. Clarke theorizes about the capability of Jupiter not only to possess a minuscule air plankton life forms but also huge, jellyfish-like organisms, held afloat by hydrogen-filled compartments, these kind of rightly- named beasts would likely consume the minuscule types similar to the filter-feeders floating in the Earth’s oceans.
One of the most prominent scientists like Carl Sagan consents with the vast majority of the hypotheses about the presence of Jupiter’s life forms. Certainly, the Juno spacecraft recording, subsequently, after it passed Jupiter’s magnetopause emerge as exceptionally fascinating. Nevertheless, that is certainly not what occurs to magnet-women later in life, it’s the area around a planet where it features a magnetic field more powerful compared to that of the star it’s orbiting. Fundamentally, the planet’s home turf.
Is it conceivable that these sounds originated from particular life shapes on the surface of Jupiter?
Could possibly be a consequence of an intelligent life form communication?