Where Is The Hottest Place Of The Solar System?

Jupiter also has a magnetic field like Earth. Of course, this field is too big and strong compared to ours. Here, charged cosmic particles caught in this huge magnetic field of Jupiter form “Van Allen Sashes” similar to that in our Earth.
The source of the hot particles that make up this radiation belt; The sun is gases, ions and subatomic particles from Jupiter itself and satellites.

In large radiation belts that start 3 million km away from Jupiter and extend tens of millions of kilometers, these particles, which are exposed to incredibly high energies by means of gravity, particle bombardment, friction, etc., get so hot that their temperature rises above 200 million degrees Celsius. This is the highest temperature we know in the Solar System.

In terms of comparison, the surface temperature of the Sun is about 6 thousand and the core temperature is 13 million degrees Celsius. Very high temperatures occur in the sun's corona layer due to magnetic fields, but these temperatures are not hundreds of millions of degrees, as in Jupiter's magnetic field, but around several million degrees Celsius.

It should be noted here: When you are among these particles and gases in the radiation belts in the magnetic field, you will not burn or heat. Because the particle density is very low.
In the world atmosphere, we live in an environment that contains billions of atoms per square centimeter. Such a large number of atoms causes intense heat transfer through both contact and radiation. Therefore, with our daily perceptions, we think, "If a place is hot, we get warm when we stay there." However, this is true on the Earth's surface, but not true for structures in space.

The particle / atom density in Jupiter's magnetic field is not more than a few atoms per square centimeter. Therefore, even if they are at a very extreme temperature, these particles do not cause a remarkable heat transfer. Due to this low density; When they are measured individually, their temperatures reaching hundreds of millions of centigrade degrees are not enough to heat their environment.

In other words, it is not possible for this generation to "heat" any satellite or planet around it. However, even if it does not cause damage in the form of heat; excessive radiation will not allow you to survive in any way.

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