Jupiter is not only bigger!
Jupiter is the oldest planet in our solar system. The new study is based on data from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California and a team of scientists from the University of Munster in Germany. According to the report, Jupiter, the first member of his family, came into existence just one million years after the Sun was formed. This means Jupiter is 50 million years older than Earth. Jupiter is not only bigger! But also the oldest
Astronomers say they have been able to get an idea of the age of the largest planet by examining isotopes or parts of asteroids that have fallen to Earth. Because, like Mars or the moon, Jupiter has no rock or piece of earth on earth. Comets and asteroids were born in two types of clouds. These two types of cloud gases or dust are completely different.
The layers of these two clouds were different from 10 to 4 million years after the formation of the solar system.
Scientists also say that Jupiter was probably born from two types of asteroids and dust from orbiting the sun. Jupiter’s hard and impenetrable crust was formed long before the solar nebula gas merged. Researchers believe that when the asteroids collided with each other due to their gravity after the formation of the planet, a few pieces probably came to Earth.