Lucky For Us, Planet Jupiter Did Not Become Our Second Star In The Sky..By Hank Curci, SCIFI Author.


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PLANET JUPITER..

Our Solar System Giant..

Jupiter has been explored on several occasions by robotic spacecraft, most notably during the early Pioneer and Voyager flyby missions and later by the Galileo orbiter.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jupiter

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Story Synopsis

In the beginning, some four and a half billion years ago, our star, the sun started collecting, via gravity, space debris,  dust, rocks, and broken asteroids to finally explode into a nuclear furnas and become our life giving energy system.

The giant Planet Jupiter almost became our second sun but it never did collect enough hydrogen gas and space debris to fire off it’s nuclear core and hence remained a large planet of mostly hydrogen gas.

Lucky for us, two suns in the sky may have generated excessive solar radiation thus hindering the start of life on Planet Earth and/or evolution of any life that did occur…

In any event, our mighty existing star, the sun, will die some day and our beautiful little blue green planet will die along with it becoming a burned out cinder wandering off to be recycled back in to interstellar oblivion….

Lucky for us planet Jupiter, with it’s large gravitation attraction, is our solar system vacuum cleaner attracting wondering space junk that would have hit planet Earth and caused considerable damage.

If we find a planet Earth type planet orbiting a star it would have to have a planet Jupiter near by to ward off dangerous space debris. 

END STORY SYNOPSIS..

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One Response to “Lucky For Us, Planet Jupiter Did Not Become Our Second Star In The Sky..By Hank Curci, SCIFI Author.”

  1. hcurci Says:

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