According to business insider, Jupiter consists mostly of hydrogen and helium gas, so trying to land on it is like trying to land on a cloud here on Earth, there is no outer shell to stop the landing on Jupiter, it is just an endless stretch of the atmosphere Aerial.
Perhaps the experts here wondered, “Can it fall through one end of Jupiter and exit from the other?”, It turns out that you will not reach the middle of the road, and here’s what will happen if you try to land on Jupiter.
No spacecraft, regardless of how powerful it is, will not survive for a long time in Jupiter, as Jupiter’s atmosphere does not contain oxygen, so make sure that humans do not try to land on their own, but rather robotic vehicles like the ones that have discovered other planets so far.
The next problem is the scorching temperatures, and when you enter the upper part of the atmosphere, you are traveling at a speed of 110,000 miles per hour under the influence of Jupiter’s gravity.
After about 3 minutes, the spacecraft will reach the cloud tops 155 miles away, and will experience the heaviest rotation burden of Jupiter, the fastest planet in our solar system.
A single day lasts about 9.5 Earth hours, and this creates strong winds that can orbit the planet at speeds of more than 300 miles per hour.
The limit available for exploration is estimated to be about 75 miles below the clouds. The Galileo probe reached this point when it plunged into Jupiter’s atmosphere in 1995, lasting only 58 minutes before losing contact and was eventually destroyed by the pressures it encountered.
The pressure is close to 100 times what it is on the surface of the Earth below, and you will not be able to see anything, and the deep atmosphere of Jupiter absorbs radio waves, so the craft will be separated from the outside world if it survives all of that.
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