American Geologists Due to Data Obtained from The Interplanetary Probe&NBSP; NASA&NBSP; Voyager and the European Probe "Galileo" Made A Detailed Map of The Jupiterian Satellite Of the Ganamed.&NBSP;
Based on the Data Collected by Voyager Devices (1979) And Galileo (for 1995-2003), Scientists First Made A Complete Geological Map Of The Satellite of Jupiter Ganameda.
Ganymed Is One of the Galilean Satellites of Jupiter, The Seventh Away From Him Among All His Satellites and The Largest Satellite In The Solar System. It was opened by Galileo Galileem on January 7, 1610 with his first telescope in the history of the telescope. The diameter of the satellite is 5268 kilometers, which is 2% more than that of titanium (the second largest satellite in the solar system) and 8% more than Mekuria. At the same time, the mass of the car name is only 45% of the mass of Mercury, but among the satellites it planets is a record. This is the only satellite in a solar system with its own magnetosphere.
This card shows a huge variety of Ganamed geological details and helps streamline the apparent chaos of his complex surface. This card will help the plantists to decipher the evolution of this ice satellite and will be useful when sending probes to the gamiroo.
– Jeffrey Collins (Geoffrey Collins) from W Whiton College in Massachusetts (USA)
Complete geological map of gamonded, the scale of which is 150 kilometers per centimeter, allowed specialists to disprove some hypotheses about his geological past. In particular, the fact that the gamorn can be cryovalkanes who emitted water and ice on the surface of the planet.
Geological map of the satellite of Jupiter Gamed
© YouTube / Nasa Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Experts allocate three main geological periods in the history of Garyamed. The first is due to the dominance of craters, the second – tectonic activity and the third (in which the satellite is currently being associated with a decrease in the number of heat from the depths and new craters.
In 2022, it is expected that the European Probe JUICE will be launched. And in 2023, Russian researchers plan to send two research probe to Jupaterian satellite – landing and orbital, which will get to Jupiter in six years. After another one and a half or two years, they will enter the orbit around the Ganyada.