Jupiter should be a planet of the solar system that everyone is familiar with. The horror of Jupiter can be realized from the recent sci-fi movie “The Wandering Earth”. In order to escape from the solar system, the Earth intends to use Jupiter’s gravitational slingshot effect to obtain acceleration, so as to escape the solar system at the third cosmic speed. But contrary to expectations, the Earth engine is extinguished. The Earth is almost dragged into Jupiter and disintegrated because of Jupiter’s huge mass and super strong gravity. Perhaps you can imagine what are you going to see if you stand on a magic planet challenge coins in outer space.
Jupiter is the planet with the largest volume, the highest mass, the fastest rotation, and the largest number of satellites in the eight major solar systems. Let’s take a look at these eight planets.
1. Jupiter Custom Commemorative Coins
For the astronomy enthusiasts of all countries, 2009 must be a year worth celebrating because lots of astronomical activities were running throughout 2009. National Nodes in each country built collaborations between professional and Amateur Astronomers.
To commemorate the international year of Astronomy 2009, the New Zealand Government released the Jupiter custom silver coins. These coins are manufactured by selective pure silver. The front pattern shows the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the date and issue number. The reverse depicts the Roman God of the sky Jupiter sitting between the colored segments of the planet Jupiter. For astronomy enthusiasts especially Jupiter lovers, these elegant coins should be a great collection you can’t miss, no matter you take them as personalized challenge coins or normal coins.
2. Jupiter 1 Gold Challenge Coins
Jupiter 1 Gold Challenge Coins are creative custom coins because the design incorporates a couple of different elements. On the obverse, the image of Walking Goddess of victory—Athena is engraved in the starry sky. 3D craftsmanship processed on the planet Jupiter makes it more prominent. America’s symbol—an eagle is shown on the reverse. The coins are manufactured by silver and plated with antique gold finish. These coins belong to the USA 2018 Silver Eagle Astronomy Series Coin. These world challenge coins can be appreciated or collected by all astronomy enthusiasts.
3. What is it Like to Cross Jupiter?
Suppose there is a Superman who is not afraid of any harsh environment, and he has a whim to see if Jupiter is inside… When he comes to Jupiter, he will see a horrible storm on Jupiter, accompanied by lightning. Because Jupiter has ultra-fast rotation speed and its surface is gas, the gas cannot keep up with Jupiter’s own rotation speed. In this way, we see that the surface of Jupiter is flowing constantly, and there is always a huge storm in the atmosphere. Let’s compare, the 12-level wind speed on the earth is 32 meters/sec. On Jupiter, the winds in the Arctic and the Arctic are the smallest, and the speed is about 150 m / s. The wind on the upper level of Jupiter’s equator can reach 1 km/sec.
However, this Superman is not afraid of this kind of wind that can blow the earth like a gyro and continues to go deep into Jupiter. At this time, he will find that the atmosphere is getting thicker and thicker. This is because when we get deeper and deeper into Jupiter. A great pressure appears due to massive gravity. Hydrogen begins to change from a gaseous state to a liquid state.
If you continue to go deeper, you will find that the whole body is in liquid hydrogen, just like it exists in the ocean of liquid hydrogen, and the pressure here is too big to imagine, and the temperature is very high. However, our Superman continues to swim further in the liquid hydrogen ocean, reaching 27,000 kilometers deep. At this time, liquid hydrogen began to be unstable. Because of the huge pressure, the nature of liquid hydrogen has also begun to change. From liquid molecular hydrogen to liquid atomic hydrogen and this is liquid metal hydrogen! However, superman does not fear this liquid metal hydrogen, continues to penetrate into the core of Jupiter, and finally comes to Jupiter‘s core.
The pressure here reaches 300 million times the earth’s atmospheric pressure, and the temperature is as high as 36,000 degrees Celsius! It is 6 times higher than the surface temperature of the sun. The core of Jupiter may be a liquid flowing core, equivalent to 10-15 Earth masses. It is mainly formed by the aggregation of liquid materials such as silicate and iron and is encapsulated in liquid metallic hydrogen. So far, our superman finishes his trip to crossing Jupiter. If the superman is replaced by the custom coins, then, what the result is?
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