• "NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured these views of Jupiter with a flyby of the giant planet on March 7, 2024. This provide a detailed look at Jupiter’s colorful belts and swirling storms, including the Great Red Spot." Appropriation issue reveals something of the glimpses of the tiny moon Amalthea is the reddest object in the solar system and it appears to give out more heat than it receives from the sun.
    "NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured these views of Jupiter with a flyby of the giant planet on March 7, 2024. This provide a detailed look at Jupiter’s colorful belts and swirling storms, including the Great Red Spot." Appropriation issue reveals something of the glimpses of the tiny moon Amalthea is the reddest object in the solar system and it appears to give out more heat than it receives from the sun.
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  • Just visited my first home on Saturday. The weather was perfect and the sun was shining. Call and we will do lunch together on Jupiter s moon.
    Just visited my first home on Saturday. The weather was perfect and the sun was shining. Call and we will do lunch together on Jupiter s moon.
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  • W1935, a brown dwarf
    known as W1935 is more massive than Jupiter, and exhibited infrared emissions from methane — a finding that has puzzled scientists due to the brown dwarf's cold nature and lack of a host star to provide energy for such atmospheric phenomena.

    W1935, a brown dwarf located 47 light-years from Earth, has intrigued astronomers with its unexpected behavior. Despite being more massive than Jupiter and lacking a host star, it exhibits infrared emissions from methane in its upper atmosphere. This phenomenon is puzzling because the brown dwarf is cold and lacks an obvious energy source to fuel such atmospheric processes

    On Earth, aurorae are created when energetic particles from the Sun interact with our magnetic field, producing captivating curtains of light near the poles. Similarly, Jupiter and Saturn have auroral processes, including contributions from their active moons like Io and Enceladus. However, for isolated brown dwarfs like W1935, the absence of a stellar wind complicates the explanation for the extra energy needed to produce methane glow. Scientists speculate that internal processes or interactions with interstellar plasma or nearby active moons may play a role in this intriguing phenomenon.

    The discovery of methane emission on W1935 is akin to a fascinating detective story, unraveling the mysteries of celestial phenomena.

    Mysterious aurora over 'failed star' 'shocking' discovery that transformed into pure fantasy the astrophysics of today and education into university worldwide.

    The recent discovery of a mysterious aurora around a brown dwarf has left astronomers astounded. This celestial body, known as W1935, is larger than Jupiter and exhibits infrared emissions from methane in its upper atmosphere. What makes this finding even more intriguing is that W1935 lacks a host star to provide energy for such atmospheric phenomena.

    Let’s delve into the captivating details:

    Brown Dwarfs: These enigmatic objects are larger than gas giant planets but smaller than stars. They form similarly to stars, arising from collapsing clouds of gas and dust. Brown dwarfs are often isolated, just like W1935. Their nickname, “failed stars,” stems from their inability to sustain nuclear fusion like main-sequence stars.

    Auroras: On Earth, we witness auroras as the mesmerizing northern and southern lights. These luminous displays occur when charged solar particles interact with molecules in our atmosphere. Auroras are also observed on other planets, such as Jupiter and Saturn, and over active moons like Io and Enceladus. However, W1935’s aurora is baffling because there are no nearby stars to supply charged particles for this phenomenon .

    Infrared Clues: The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) detected the potential aurora over W1935 through infrared emissions from methane. Similar emissions occur on Jupiter and Saturn due to charged particles heating their atmospheres and creating aurorae. Scientists speculate that internal processes within W1935 or interactions with interstellar plasma might be responsible for its mysterious glow. Alternatively, an influx of particles from a nearby active moon could play a role.

    This discovery transforms the astrophysics of today, sparking curiosity and wonder across universities worldwide. The universe continues to surprise us with its hidden secrets, inviting us to explore further into the cosmic unknown.

    W1935, a brown dwarf known as W1935 is more massive than Jupiter, and exhibited infrared emissions from methane — a finding that has puzzled scientists due to the brown dwarf's cold nature and lack of a host star to provide energy for such atmospheric phenomena. W1935, a brown dwarf located 47 light-years from Earth, has intrigued astronomers with its unexpected behavior. Despite being more massive than Jupiter and lacking a host star, it exhibits infrared emissions from methane in its upper atmosphere. This phenomenon is puzzling because the brown dwarf is cold and lacks an obvious energy source to fuel such atmospheric processes On Earth, aurorae are created when energetic particles from the Sun interact with our magnetic field, producing captivating curtains of light near the poles. Similarly, Jupiter and Saturn have auroral processes, including contributions from their active moons like Io and Enceladus. However, for isolated brown dwarfs like W1935, the absence of a stellar wind complicates the explanation for the extra energy needed to produce methane glow. Scientists speculate that internal processes or interactions with interstellar plasma or nearby active moons may play a role in this intriguing phenomenon. The discovery of methane emission on W1935 is akin to a fascinating detective story, unraveling the mysteries of celestial phenomena. Mysterious aurora over 'failed star' 'shocking' discovery that transformed into pure fantasy the astrophysics of today and education into university worldwide. The recent discovery of a mysterious aurora around a brown dwarf has left astronomers astounded. This celestial body, known as W1935, is larger than Jupiter and exhibits infrared emissions from methane in its upper atmosphere. What makes this finding even more intriguing is that W1935 lacks a host star to provide energy for such atmospheric phenomena. Let’s delve into the captivating details: Brown Dwarfs: These enigmatic objects are larger than gas giant planets but smaller than stars. They form similarly to stars, arising from collapsing clouds of gas and dust. Brown dwarfs are often isolated, just like W1935. Their nickname, “failed stars,” stems from their inability to sustain nuclear fusion like main-sequence stars. Auroras: On Earth, we witness auroras as the mesmerizing northern and southern lights. These luminous displays occur when charged solar particles interact with molecules in our atmosphere. Auroras are also observed on other planets, such as Jupiter and Saturn, and over active moons like Io and Enceladus. However, W1935’s aurora is baffling because there are no nearby stars to supply charged particles for this phenomenon . Infrared Clues: The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) detected the potential aurora over W1935 through infrared emissions from methane. Similar emissions occur on Jupiter and Saturn due to charged particles heating their atmospheres and creating aurorae. Scientists speculate that internal processes within W1935 or interactions with interstellar plasma might be responsible for its mysterious glow. Alternatively, an influx of particles from a nearby active moon could play a role. This discovery transforms the astrophysics of today, sparking curiosity and wonder across universities worldwide. The universe continues to surprise us with its hidden secrets, inviting us to explore further into the cosmic unknown.
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  • Jupiter's volcanic moon Io world of celestial wonders
    NASA's Juno,new images of Jupiter's volcanic moon Io is a volcanic body in stunning detail, not seen in 35 years the features of the moon,that including actively erupting plumes, as the spacecraft was at an altitude of 2393.5 miles (3,852 kilometers) over Io. Check out the stunning images and dive into the world of celestial wonders!

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    NASA's Juno spacecraft has captured truly stunning images of Jupiter's volcanic moon Io, revealing features not seen in 35 years. The spacecraft made two close flybys of Io in December 2023 and February 2024, coming within 930 miles (1,500 kilometers) of the surface. These flybys were the closest any spacecraft has come to Io in more than two decades.

    The images from Juno Cam, the spacecraft's visible-light imager, show Io's surface in incredible detail, including active volcanic plumes, lava flows, and calderas. The plumes, some of which reach heights of hundreds of kilometers, are composed of sulfur dioxide and other gases spewed out by Io's many volcanoes.
    Jupiter's volcanic moon Io world of celestial wonders NASA's Juno,new images of Jupiter's volcanic moon Io is a volcanic body in stunning detail, not seen in 35 years the features of the moon,that including actively erupting plumes, as the spacecraft was at an altitude of 2393.5 miles (3,852 kilometers) over Io. Check out the stunning images and dive into the world of celestial wonders! u/tonynetone1 - AI AI NASA's Juno spacecraft has captured truly stunning images of Jupiter's volcanic moon Io, revealing features not seen in 35 years. The spacecraft made two close flybys of Io in December 2023 and February 2024, coming within 930 miles (1,500 kilometers) of the surface. These flybys were the closest any spacecraft has come to Io in more than two decades. The images from Juno Cam, the spacecraft's visible-light imager, show Io's surface in incredible detail, including active volcanic plumes, lava flows, and calderas. The plumes, some of which reach heights of hundreds of kilometers, are composed of sulfur dioxide and other gases spewed out by Io's many volcanoes.
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  • Unearthing 5D Reality on Jupiter

    https://youtu.be/FRWdiHCxtPw?list=PLyHwsN1Rg4Io3Aa14g4XM9pyfgasn7gO7
    Unearthing 5D Reality on Jupiter https://youtu.be/FRWdiHCxtPw?list=PLyHwsN1Rg4Io3Aa14g4XM9pyfgasn7gO7
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  • A pairing of a waning gibbous Moon and Jupiter with its four Galilean moons visible tonight dances in the sky after the Harvest Supermoon. Uranus and the Pleiades (M45) in the constellation Taurus follow in the glare of our Moon that is illuminating the zenith on its way to setting in the western sky at sunrise.

    https://www.space.com/jupiter-moon-meet-night-sky-october-2023

    #Moon #Jupiter #Pairing #NightSky #Astronomy
    A pairing of a waning gibbous Moon and Jupiter with its four Galilean moons visible tonight dances in the sky after the Harvest Supermoon. Uranus and the Pleiades (M45) in the constellation Taurus follow in the glare of our Moon that is illuminating the zenith on its way to setting in the western sky at sunrise. https://www.space.com/jupiter-moon-meet-night-sky-october-2023 #Moon #Jupiter #Pairing #NightSky #Astronomy
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  • The fourth and final supermoon of 2023 rises tonight with the planet Neptune in the constellation Pisces, joined by Saturn with the globular clusters M15, M2 & M30 to the east and Jupiter & Uranus to the west, and is the first full moon following the autumnal equinox.

    https://earthsky.org/moon-phases/september-full-moon-harvest-moon-corn-moon/

    #HarvestMoonSupermoon #HarvestMoon #HarvestSupermoon #CornMoon #FallingLeavesMoon #Autumn #Supermoon2023 #Supermoon #Moon #Perigee #Astronomy
    The fourth and final supermoon of 2023 rises tonight with the planet Neptune in the constellation Pisces, joined by Saturn with the globular clusters M15, M2 & M30 to the east and Jupiter & Uranus to the west, and is the first full moon following the autumnal equinox. https://earthsky.org/moon-phases/september-full-moon-harvest-moon-corn-moon/ #HarvestMoonSupermoon #HarvestMoon #HarvestSupermoon #CornMoon #FallingLeavesMoon #Autumn #Supermoon2023 #Supermoon #Moon #Perigee #Astronomy
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  • Maritime/Admiralty Law & Sovereignty in Movies (re-edited Sept. 2020)

    Worth a watch!

    UNITED STATES means - a Federal Corporation (28 USC sec. 3002 [15]a)

    "The US citizen residing in one of the states of the Union are classified as property and franchises of the federal government as an 'individual entity." (Wheeling Steel Corp. v. Fox, 298 US 183, 80 L.Ed. 1143, 56 S.Ct. 773)

    "A citizen of the UNITED STATES is a civilly dead entity operating as a co-trustee and co-benificiary of the [Public Charitable Trust], the constructive Cestui Que Trust of the US Inc. under the 14th Amendment, which upholds the debt of the USA and US Inc." (Congressional Record, June 13, 1967, p.15641-15646)

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    "You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh; rather, serve one another humbly in love."
    ~ Galatians 5:13 ~

    Is the United States a Republic, a Democracy, or both? In this video, I share how maritime law has been mutated/perverted to ensnare the people of America (and the West in general) into yet another feudalist empire.

    Hollywood already knows, based on symbolic admissions given to us by movies such as 'Swiss Army Man,' 'Jupiter Ascending,' 'The Wizard of Oz,' and 'Pirates of the Caribbean.'

    ************************
    This video was largely inspired by Santos Bonacci's 'Reclaim Dominion' videos (

    • Santos Bonacci Reclaiming Dominion Pa... ). This information was a random god-send which I'm grateful for every day. I hope this aids others along their journey to liberty.

    I highly recommend checking out 'Understand Contract Law and You Win,' freedom-school.com, and 'Redemption Manual' TO START. If this is a path you want to take, I recommend researching on your own for at least 1-2 years.

    https://youtu.be/bZ3bhZKB7Nw
    Maritime/Admiralty Law & Sovereignty in Movies (re-edited Sept. 2020) Worth a watch! UNITED STATES means - a Federal Corporation (28 USC sec. 3002 [15]a) "The US citizen residing in one of the states of the Union are classified as property and franchises of the federal government as an 'individual entity." (Wheeling Steel Corp. v. Fox, 298 US 183, 80 L.Ed. 1143, 56 S.Ct. 773) "A citizen of the UNITED STATES is a civilly dead entity operating as a co-trustee and co-benificiary of the [Public Charitable Trust], the constructive Cestui Que Trust of the US Inc. under the 14th Amendment, which upholds the debt of the USA and US Inc." (Congressional Record, June 13, 1967, p.15641-15646) ************************ "You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh; rather, serve one another humbly in love." ~ Galatians 5:13 ~ Is the United States a Republic, a Democracy, or both? In this video, I share how maritime law has been mutated/perverted to ensnare the people of America (and the West in general) into yet another feudalist empire. Hollywood already knows, based on symbolic admissions given to us by movies such as 'Swiss Army Man,' 'Jupiter Ascending,' 'The Wizard of Oz,' and 'Pirates of the Caribbean.' ************************ This video was largely inspired by Santos Bonacci's 'Reclaim Dominion' videos ( • Santos Bonacci Reclaiming Dominion Pa... ). This information was a random god-send which I'm grateful for every day. I hope this aids others along their journey to liberty. I highly recommend checking out 'Understand Contract Law and You Win,' freedom-school.com, and 'Redemption Manual' TO START. If this is a path you want to take, I recommend researching on your own for at least 1-2 years. https://youtu.be/bZ3bhZKB7Nw
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