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  4. Jupiter Formed by Eating Tiny Planets  Nerdist
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A new scientific paper reckons the gas giant absorbed a number of "planetesimals" on its journey to become the biggest planet in the solar system.A new scientific paper reckons the gas giant absorbed a number of "planetesimals" on its journey to become the biggest planet in the solar system.

How did Jupiter get so big? Astronomers now think it 'ate' chunks of other planets | Science & Tech News | Sky News

A new report suggests that the King of Planets has the remains of other planets hidden inside it.Good thing it’s 742 million kilometres from us, eh?

Bizarre News Story of the Day: Jupiter Apparently ‘Eats’ Other Planets

A first-of-its-kind study into the inner workings of Jupiter has revealed that the gas giant fed on baby planets as it grew.The finding settles a long-standing debate about the gas giant's formation.

Scientists find remains of cannibalized baby planets in Jupiter's cloud-covered belly | Live Science

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Analysis of the gravitational pull exerted by the giant planet helps to explain its formation. Analysis of the gravitational pull exerted by the giant planet helps to explain its formation.Nature - Analysis of the gravitational pull exerted by the giant planet helps to explain its formation.

The heavy diet that made Jupiter so big

Scorching ''hot-Jupiters" sometimes orbit their parent stars along wonky orbits. Astronomers are trying to understand why — and if it happens in our own Solar System.Scorching ''hot-Jupiters" sometimes orbit their parent stars along wonky orbits. Astronomers are trying to understand why — and if it happens in our own Solar System.

Gaseous and scorching “hot Jupiters” make tilted loops around their parent stars

Until now, the leading theory was the pebble-accretion theory, but this new study points to a much more interesting phenomenon.A new study done using gravitational data from NASA's Juno space probe reveals what's in Jupiter's gas clouds. Surprise? The Jupiter gas giant is actually made out of smaller planets, called planetesimals, that it cannibalized as it expanded. Until now, the leading theory was the pebble-accretion theory, where pebbles of millimeter sizes were attracted by larger celestial bodies.  Thanks to the new

New Study Reveals That Jupiter Wasn’t Formed Like We Thought: The Planet Actually Cannibalized Lots Of Smaller Planets

A new study done using gravitational data from NASA’s Juno space probe reveals what’s in Jupiter’s gas clouds. Surprise? The Jupiter gas giant is actually made out of smaller planets, called planetesimals, that it cannibalized as it expanded. Until now, the leading theory was the pebble-accretion theory, where pebbles of millimeter sizes were attracted by […]

New Study Reveals That Jupiter Wasn’t Formed Like We Thought: The Planet Actually Cannibalized Lots Of Smaller Planets – TechTheLead

Scientists find remains of baby planets in Jupiter and determined that Jupiter likely formed by devouring small planets.Scientists find remains of baby planets in Jupiter and determined that Jupiter likely formed by devouring small planets.

Jupiter Formed by Eating Tiny Planets - Nerdist

Nasa’s Juno spacecraft has been orbiting and studying the gas giant since 2016 Nasa’s Juno spacecraft has been orbiting and studying the gas giant since 2016

Jupiter may have grown large on a diet of infant planets, study suggests | The Independent

The latest research with the help of NASA’s Juno space probe found surprising details about what Jupiter was doing in early years.The latest research with the help of NASA’s Juno space probe found surprising details about what Jupiter was doing in early years.

Jupiter swallowed baby planets! NASA finds remains hidden in belly | Tech News

They don't call Jupiter "King of Planets" for nothing. It's massive, really heavy, and now scientists think it ate chunks of other planets to get as big as it is.

How did Jupiter get so big? Astronomers now think it 'ate' chunks of other planets

The reason why Jupiter's mass is twice as much as every other planet in our solar system combined might be pretty simple: It ate up the other ones.NASA's Juno spacecraft has collected images and information about Jupiter's inner workings since 2016, but scientists have only just begun to parse the data.

Jupiter ate other baby planets to grow up big and strong

NASA's Juno spacecraft enabled scientists to the first clear observation of the chemistry below the gas giant's cloudy outer atmosphere.NASA's Juno spacecraft enabled scientists to the first clear observation of the chemistry below the gas giant's cloudy outer atmosphere.

Scientists peer under Jupiter surface to reveal a cannibalistic past

Scientists have found that Jupiter's insides are made up of the remains of baby planets that the gas giant once gobbled up.An equivalent of 11 to 30 Earth masses of heavy elements were found within Jupiter.

Scientists find remains of baby planets swallowed by Jupiter | Metro News

Astronomers discover a new way of determining the relative age of exoplanets and prove there are multiple ways these planets form. In our solar system, planets have a wide range of properties. For example, Jupiter is about 318 times the mass of Earth, while the average surface temperatures on Ven

New Clues to Mysterious Formation of Hot Jupiter Exoplanets

Pegasi b was an entirely new kind of planet that astronomers appropriately named “hot Jupiter.” Their discovery led to an entirely new model.Pegasi b was an entirely new kind of planet that astronomers appropriately named “hot Jupiter.” Their discovery led to an entirely new model.

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Is Jupiter to the Solar System what Hannibal Lecter is to his patients? Some scientists apparently think so!Is Jupiter to the Solar System what Hannibal Lecter is to his patients? Some scientists apparently think so!

Scientists Think Jupiter Has Eaten Many Smaller Planets

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They don't call Jupiter "King of Planets" for nothing. It's massive, really heavy, and now scientists think it ate chunks of other planets to get as big as it is.They don't call Jupiter "King of Planets" for nothing. It's massive, really heavy, and now scientists think it ate chunks of other planets to get as big as it is.

How did Jupiter get so big? Astronomers now think it 'ate' chunks of other planets