The Powerful Events on Jupiter in July 1994

By A.N. Dmitriev

"Modern Problems of Natural Sciences"

Novosibirsk State University 1996

The after effects of the explosion of self-luminous formations on Jupiter in July 1994 are considered to be a result of the relaxation of a swarm of plasmoids generated in the Solar System region of maximal energetic and material heterogeneity. A cosmophysical formation widely known as "Shoemaker-Levy 9 Comet" is still far from having a reliable, single meaning, interpretation. And, the indefiniteness of an explanatory definition has tended to increase proportionally with the arrival of new information. 

Current cometary theory versions of the July 1994 explosions on Jupiter [1,2,] lack credibility, as far as they go, because of their inability to explain the observed reactive forces; especially in the area of electromagnetics [3]. The application of the plasmic nature model of self-luminous formations, (currently in an advancing state of development) [4,5], however, moves the problem into an arena of much more plausible answers concerning the true nature and eventual consequences of the observed massive explosions. The huge amount of data that has been provided by surface, as well as satellite and interplanetary probes, (Galileo, Ulysses, and Voyager) regarding the Jupiter/SL-9 events is difficult, if not impossible to coordinate with luminous "cometary fragment", solid body, models. The observed chemical composition, and an input matter of less than 10,000 ton [3]) does not translate, or equate, to a composition of "dirty ice". Questions regarding the power mechanisms, and the sequence of explosions, are hard to answer using standard dirty snowball theory. The consequences of the series of "weak" and "strong" effects resulting from the impacts on Jupiter, are natural occurring events when the plasma model of comets is applied. Observations of the electromagnetic relaxation of the local electromagnetic field imply the equivalent of a short circuit between the planetary surface, and Jupiter's surrounding plasma (composed primarily of S02) by way of the comet's multiple nuclei. [4,8] 

The electrical charged and magnetized clots of plasma made a vertical cut in the electromagnetic frame of Jupiter, and injected energy and matter into the top atmosphere which was a 1,000 to 10,000 times greater than the expected ice and dust chemical concentration of energy [6]; it was typical, however, of a plasma composition which exhibits an absence of water, and a small quantity of dust . As in the case of the 1908 "Tungusska meteorite" in Siberia, the massive forces unleashed on Jupiter by S-L9 resulted in an unusual breach of the physical vacuum homogeneity [7] via the anisotropy of interplanetary space. This leads to a number of natural consequences resulting in differing energy-saturation and chemical composition objectives. The injection of energy and matter by S-L 9's "string of pearls" plasma queue, has created a new and excited energetic state on Jupiter that is reflected in a number of new developments which include: A reflective light echo from Jupiter's moons, a variation in decimeter radiation readings, an excited and unusual state of seismic activities, an increase of brightness in the radiation belts, an excited "glimmering Aurora", a detection of flashes of X-ray's and ultraviolet radiation, an excitation of the auroral process in the Northern Hemisphere, and a decreasing luminosity of Io's plasma torus.[3]. 

We would like to emphasize that due to the magnetic conjugation between Earth and Jupiter, that a number of the processes occurring on the giant planet do, in fact, influence the state of Earth's magnetosphere. This magnetoconjugation is proven by the actual coincidence of their dipole axes, as well as the matching of the parameters and location of their non-dipole magnetic fields. There are four world magnetic anomalies (quadro-poles) on both Earth and Jupiter. It is then possible to reasonably hypothesize that the present alteration of Earth's magnetic fields by the extension of its of polar slits, and the vertical redistribution of ozone layers, is closely connected with powerful developments resulting from Jupiter's encounter with Shoemaker-Levy 9. 

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6. Dmitriev A.N., Zhuravlev V.K. Tungusska phenomenon 1908 as a kind of Solar-Earth two-way connection. - Novosibirsk, - Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Siberian branch of Academy of Sciences in USSR, 1984. - p.143 (rus). 

7. Dmitriev A.N., Dyatlov V.L. Model of heterogeneous physical vacuum and natural self-luminous formations. - Novosibirsk, 1995. - p.35 (preprint / Rus. Academy of Sciences, Siberian branch, Institute of mathematics - No.16.) (rus). 

8. Conversations with James McCanney 1/15/98. Addition to original paper. 

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