Jupiter, gas or core

Gas, core or neither?

  • Jupiters core?

    Votes: 2 6.3%
  • The gas?

    Votes: 8 25.0%
  • Both

    Votes: 18 56.3%
  • Neither

    Votes: 4 12.5%

  • Total voters
    32

Space Viking

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Maybe an automatic extending pipe for collecting gas?
A space station in low orbit around Jupiter (or any gas giant for that matter) could passively collect gas from its thermosphere. A sail of some sort would make the most sense, but it could also just be a single block machine I guess.
 

AcapitalA

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A space station in low orbit around Jupiter (or any gas giant for that matter) could passively collect gas from its thermosphere. A sail of some sort would make the most sense, but it could also just be a single block machine I guess.
I meant like the solar panel (the whole construction), but like more an extending pipe. :p
 

Anonymuzz1111

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logically u can't live much time in jupiter
1st the gases are overheated and with great pressure
2nd the pressure is about 1 ton per cm3
3rd theres a lot of turbulence creating HUGE! hurricanes and tornados that can melt and conevr graphite to diamond...and diamond to carbon dioxide
 

EnderSpace

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The Edges of Space
logically u can't live much time in jupiter
1st the gases are overheated and with great pressure
2nd the pressure is about 1 ton per cm3
3rd theres a lot of turbulence creating HUGE! hurricanes and tornados that can melt and conevr graphite to diamond...and diamond to carbon dioxide
yay didnt understand anything
 

AcapitalA

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logically u can't live much time in jupiter
1st the gases are overheated and with great pressure
2nd the pressure is about 1 ton per cm3
3rd theres a lot of turbulence creating HUGE! hurricanes and tornados that can melt and conevr graphite to diamond...and diamond to carbon dioxide
To diamond?

Guys, dump all the graphite into Jupiter and get it back later!