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One of Jupiter’s moons “sends” a Wi-Fi signal

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A radio signal from the moon Ganymede was recorded by the interplanetary station Juno. It is not alien.

Juno station has caught a radio signal from one of Jupiter’s moons – Ganymede.

As Patrick Wiggins, NASA’s Ambassadors to Utah station explained, the signal was recorded when Juno passed through the polar region of Jupiter, where the power lines of the planet’s magnetic field connect to the moon Ganymede.

In science, such a radio signal is called “decametric radio emission”, and on Earth, it is known as Wi-Fi.

The NASA spokesman stressed that the radiation from the moon of Jupiter is not a signal from aliens. It is caused by electrons that vibrate at a slower speed than they spin, causing the particles to amplify radio waves.

The electrons that generate the radio signal can also cause auroras in the far-ultraviolet spectrum, which were observed by the device’s camera.

Wiggins added that he believes in the existence of extraterrestrial life and expects real confirmation of this.

Earlier, it was reported that astronomers recorded mysterious radio signals from space, repeating every 157 days.

This was reported by the ABC4 TV channel. 

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