1. Jupiter's Moons Are Hotter Than They Should Be. They Could Be Heating Each Other  ScienceAlert
  2. How gravitational tides help explain the puzzle of Jupiter's hot moons  New Atlas
  3. Jupiter's Moons Could be Warming Each Other through Tidal Resonance  SciTechDaily
  4. Jupiter’s moons are warmer than they should be, but why?  BGR
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Jupiter's moons are hotter than they really should be, some 778 million kilometres (483 million miles) away from the Sun.Jupiter's moons are hotter than they really should be, some 778 million kilometres (483 million miles) away from the Sun.

Jupiter's Moons Are Hotter Than They Should Be. They Could Be Heating Each Other

A new study from the University of Arizona indicates that Jupiter's four largest moons are as warm as they are due to tidal forces caused by the moons' gravitational fields tugging on one another, which may help explain how the Jovian moon system evolved.A new study from the University of Arizona indicates that Jupiter's four largest moons are as warm as they are thanks to tidal forces caused by the moons' gravitational fields tugging on one another. This tidal heating may help to explain how the Jovian moon system evolved.

How gravitational tides help explain the puzzle of Jupiter's hot moons

At 778 million kilometers (483 million miles) from the Sun, Jupiter's moons are hotter than they actually are.Most of these extraterrestrials were thoughtAt 778 million kilometers (483 million miles) from the Sun, Jupiter's moons are hotter than they actually are.Most of these extraterrestrials were thought

Jupiter's moons are hotter than ever. They heat each other

The gravitational push and pull by Jupiter's moons could account for more warming than the gas giant Jupiter alone. Jupiter's moons are hot. Well, hotter than they should be, for being so far from the sun. In a process called tidal heating, gravitational tugs from Jupiter's moons and the plane

Jupiter's Moons Could be Warming Each Other through Tidal Resonance

Jupiter’s Moons Could be Warming Each Other through Tidal Resonance – SciTechDaily

New research shows that Jupiter's moons may be keeping each other warm thanks to the effects of gravity. The tidal forces each moon applies to the others are keeping them warmer than they would otherwise be. Jupiter's moon Europa has a subsurface ocean that may hold life.New research shows that Jupiter’s moons may be keeping each other warm thanks to the effects of gravity. The tidal forces each moon applies to the others are keeping them warmer than they wou…

Jupiter’s moons are warmer than they should be, but why? – BGR