What Would You See If You Fell Into Jupiter?
Jupiter holds many mysteries but thanks to #spacecraft such as Juno, scientists now have a pretty good idea of what lurks inside of this colossal planet. So lets put on our super #science fiction space suits and dive directly into Jupiter! But what will we find????
Falling into Jupiter description (based on the popular Reddit post by Astromike23) You would first fall through the high, white ammonia clouds, at about 0.5 atmospheres, which is half the atmospheric pressure at sea level on Earth. The suns light would still be visible, but it wouldn’t warm you as it is incredibly cold at this altitude, dropping to below -150 degrees Celsius. Because the gravity of Jupiter is so strong you would be descending roughly 2.5 times faster than if they were falling towards Earth you would eventually reach the bottom of the Ammonia clouds, feeling a pressure of 1 atmosphere. At this point, the sun can still be seen but its light is being filtered by the clouds above, resembling an overcast day back on Earth
Credut V101 Science