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Weitter Duckss

Differences in structure of the body

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bmk1245
22 hours ago, Weitter Duckss said:

Quick check: nebulae or cloud of gas (a similar composition) mass milujun mass of the Sun does not create the core "If you take a gas, such as hydrogen, and pressurize it's ii density will increase." but gas planets generate. How many types of gravity is there? Please explain as "this is the stuff they teach to school children.".

Weitter, learn some English, for starters. I'm (and not only me) sick and tired in trying to decipher what you are trying to say.

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Weitter Duckss

Sory. For the languages I do not have time.
Please try you learn Croatian (official EU language), Bosnian, Montenegrin or Serbian language. You are in great benefits.
The molecular cloud has a mass up to 2 million mass of Sun, but does not produce compressive forces. They do not have compressed hydrogen and the like. Same is true with other nebulae. "A nebula is an interstellar cloud of dust, hydrogen, helium and other ionized gases." Wiki or similar to the composition of the gaseous planet.
This is clear evidence that the gaseous planets using a microgravity not compressed hydrogen, etc.
Other Jupiter is bigger than Neptune and has a lower density.
Next Pluto, Ceres, Vesta, the moon, and so have the small mass but higher density of Jupiter. ...
For these matters do not apply the old hypothesis that is supposed deleted long time ago.

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bmk1245
18 minutes ago, Weitter Duckss said:

Sory. For the languages I do not have time.
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Find some, otherwise you will remain looking like a clown.

18 minutes ago, Weitter Duckss said:

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Please try you learn Croatian (official EU language), Bosnian, Montenegrin or Serbian language. You are in great benefits.
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If I ever will post on Croatian, Bosnian, Montenegrin or Serbian websites, sure as hell, I will learn Croatian, Bosnian, Montenegrin or Serbian.

18 minutes ago, Weitter Duckss said:

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The molecular cloud has a mass up to 2 million mass of Sun, but does not produce compressive forces. They do not have compressed hydrogen and the like. Same is true with other nebulae. "A nebula is an interstellar cloud of dust, hydrogen, helium and other ionized gases." Wiki or similar to the composition of the gaseous planet.
This is clear evidence that the gaseous planets using a microgravity not compressed hydrogen, etc.
Other Jupiter is bigger than Neptune and has a lower density.
Next Pluto, Ceres, Vesta, the moon, and so have the small mass but higher density of Jupiter. ...
For these matters do not apply the old hypothesis that is supposed deleted long time ago.

Ok, what is gas density in upper layers of Jupiter? And what is density in Jupiter' "guts"?

 

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Weitter Duckss

The density of 1.326 g / cm3 (on average) indicates the molten core but and broadcasting more heat than received from Sun. There are also a turbulent processes in the atmosphere, which indicate powerful geological processes.
 
The existence of a molten core (this is not new, it has and in Wiki) means the existence of a solid surface.
Once we have data on the thickness of the atmosphere we shall know the information and for body inside the atmosphere.

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bmk1245
1 hour ago, Weitter Duckss said:

The density of 1.326 g / cm3 (on average) indicates the molten core but and broadcasting more heat than received from Sun. There are also a turbulent processes in the atmosphere, which indicate powerful geological processes.
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Do you mean atmospheric processes? Or maybe you think that wind blows just because trees are swinging? 

1 hour ago, Weitter Duckss said:

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The existence of a molten core (this is not new, it has and in Wiki) means the existence of a solid surface.
Once we have data on the thickness of the atmosphere we shall know the information and for body inside the atmosphere.

Eeerm... And if core is frozen, whats next?

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Cold core have Saturn and Uranus, does not emit additional heat (Earth, 15%, Jupiter ~ 5%).
Geological processes on the moon Io reveals a new type of "volcanoes" or the outbreak of the matter. SO2 (Melting point -72 ° C, Boiling point -10 ° C) coming to the surface as negative temperatures and creates a pool of liquid and ice crystals SO2 in the atmosphere. Speed is condensed in the solid state are due to low outdoor temperatures (large number and frequency of his "volcanoes" would created a rich atmosphere without this process).
The presence in Jupiter's atmosphere, CH4, NH3, C2H6, NH4SH are the starting point of the reconstruction of the interior.

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bmk1245
5 hours ago, Weitter Duckss said:

Cold core have Saturn and Uranus, does not emit additional heat (Earth, 15%, Jupiter ~ 5%).
Geological processes on the moon Io reveals a new type of "volcanoes" or the outbreak of the matter. SO2 (Melting point -72 ° C, Boiling point -10 ° C) coming to the surface as negative temperatures and creates a pool of liquid and ice crystals SO2 in the atmosphere. Speed is condensed in the solid state are due to low outdoor temperatures (large number and frequency of his "volcanoes" would created a rich atmosphere without this process).
The presence in Jupiter's atmosphere, CH4, NH3, C2H6, NH4SH are the starting point of the reconstruction of the interior.

Where did you got that stuff? Dreamed that?

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Discussions on the molten core of Jupiter
http://www.space.com/18388-what-is-jupiter-made-of.html
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/astronomy/planets/jupiter/jupiterinside.shtml (for a while there were on the Wiki)
SO2 Wiki, Io moon https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Io_(moon)#Volcanism, the chemical composition of the atmosphere (Composition by volume of 90% sulfur dioxide) and Surface composition along, observing of universality (WD), etc., etc.. .

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“This fact clearly states that gaseous planets are solid (and solid/melted) objects with impressive atmospheres  (from my article)

 (2018.y. Bolton said. Astronomers believed that Jupiter had either a very small and dense core, or perhaps no core at all. But data from Juno revealed that Jupiter has an enormous, "fuzzy" core that might be partially dissolved. This discrepancy between scientists' expectations and the data suggests that there's a lot we still don't know about giant gas planets, he explained.  https://www.space.com/39348-juno-jupiter-mission-planet-revelations.html) .

 There are solid objects with even lower density: Pan 0,42 g/cm3, Atlas 0,46 g/cm3, Pandora 0,48 g/cm3 – all of them the satellites of Saturn. Etc.

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