From the Hubble Space Telescope, 10 seconds of Saturn's aurora in ultraviolet. As with Earth, there is a corresponding aurora at the North Pole. The "hot spot" is only at the South Pole, indicating that the aurora is not the cause of heating. Something else is keeping the planet warm.
Friday, January 26, 2007
- Name: L. Riofrio
Full-time scientist. Before graduating I learned that the speed of light is slowing down and originated the "GM=tc^3" theory, which explains the dark energy problem and most physicists still can't explain. More recent work seeks Black Holes in some unexpected places, even within Earth. I've been working at NASA in Houston on studies of the Moon, and have an insider's view of the Space program. Actress in film, television and stages from Honolulu to Houston. In spare time I fight off hostile aliens, explore a strange world and unusual forms of life.
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