"Totalmente equivocados" sobre Júpiter: lo que los científicos obtuvieron de la misión Juno de la NASA (ENG)

Está bien poder descartar antiguos modelos por datos más precisos para los nuevos.
Lo de las auroras debe ser espectacular :-)

Strangely, auroras on Jupiter seem to be powered by a mysterious physical force that astronomers haven't been able to identify. According to the mathematical calculations, Jupiter's auroras should be about 10 to 30 times more energetic than Earth's, but Juno has seen auroras that are hundreds of times stronger for no apparent reason. And to make things even weirder, Jupiter's auroras seem to turn off at night as the poles rotate into the dark. This means that Jupiter's northern and southern lights behave differently at each pole, unlike the auroras on Earth.