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Richard
Richard
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Ben ha voluto solo mettere una pulce nell'orecchio, come a volte cerco di fare anche io
non è certo sicuro che Giove faccia ciò che pensiamo
però secondo nuove visioni della fisica dell'energia , ogni corpo celeste , e non solo, può accedere a infinita energia …per ora questa è una bestemmia, ma credo che non lo sarà per sempre…quindi penso anche io come Ben che in questo momento non è il caso di sentirsi sicuri di ciò che crediamo di conoscere

del resto non so, devo informarmi se ci sono fenomeni particolari su Giove

Jupiter's Small Spot Changes Hues
By Seth Borenstein
AP Science Writer
posted: 11 October 2006
http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/061011_ap_jupiter_spots.html

Differences Spotted in Jupiter's Big Red Storms
By Ker Than
Staff Writer
posted: 31 July 2006.
http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/060731_red_spots.html

New Storm on Jupiter Hints at Climate Change
By Sara Goudarzi
Staff Writer
posted: 04 May 2006
http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/060504_red_jr.html

Surprise! Jupiter Has A New Red Spot
By Tony Phillips
Science.NASA.gov
posted: 03 March 2006
01:33 pm ET

http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/060303_jupiter_spot.html

Solar-powered probe to view unseen parts of Jupiter
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn16138-solarpowered-probe-to-view-unseen-parts-of-jupiter.html

The Jupiter experiment: Plasma in space is like nothing on Earth. Ulysses, now on its way from Jupiter to the Sun, is one of two space missions to explore this high energy enigma
http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg14019004.100-the-jupiter-experiment-plasma-in-space-is-like-nothing-onearth-ulysses-now-on-its-way-from-jupiter-to-the-sun-is-one-of-two-spacemissions-to-explore-this-high-energy-enigma.html

Glow of 'hot Jupiters' spotted from Earth for first time
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn16420-glow-of-hot-jupiters-spotted-from-earth-for-first-time.html

If scientists want to see what is happening on the far side of the Sun, they could simply look at Jupiter, a new study has shown.

When the Sun spat out a burst of X-rays in 2003, the XMM-Newton satellite orbiting the Earth saw that the X-rays detected from Jupiter also increased.
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn7118-jupiter-mirrors-flares-on-far-side-of-sun.html