/Jupiter probe deep economic.?
Why does NASA build a probe to Jupiter that could return the data from the area in that hydrogen begins to turn to liquid? All they have to do is make an iridium, osmium, tungsten ball 3 meters in diameter and several inches thick. It would be a hollow sphere second within the first housing the probe. The compound probes could be at 2,500 bars pressure helium gas perhaps. All this could be enclosed in an insulating material that burns slowly as it descends. Can be equipped with several cameras and a t-ray laser to communicate with a Satallite in orbit around Jupiter.
I would like to see his engineering scheme. Why a combination of iridium, osmium, tungsten combo? That going to do your research extremely heavy, dense and massive. Mass in space is everything. That alone would not have this probe cheap. Only 3 feet in diameter? Not much space for all gadgets science fair to include. Not to mention how it is to power? Why bother to put pressure on this thing anyway? There are only two ways to obtain liquid hydrogen. They make it very cold (Jupiter is the form of heat) or subject to high pressure. The pressures to that this probe would be needed to support several million times the Earth's atmosphere. Helium pump as much as you want in that investigation, which will crushed like a bug. However. the satellite into orbit so it can communicate, not a bad idea. Any more, back to the drawing boards.
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