The fields of stars and planet capture monopole charge and magnetic moments induced by their ionized rotating cores, transforming the angular momentum of core rotation into magnetic moments which powers high velocity ionized ring currents around their equatorial planes and increasing ring current angular momentum and magnetic moments induced by ring current ions.
The planetary field captures monopole charge and magnetic moments induced by the ionized rotating core which powers high velocity west to east ring currents of like polarity ions to the monopole field outside the atmosphere trapped by and inflating outer planetary field lines transiting the planetary surface inside the auroral ovals.
The inner core rotates in the same direction as the Earth and slightly faster, completing its once-a-day rotation about two-thirds of a second faster than the entire Earth. Over the past 100 years that extra speed has gained the core a quarter-turn on the planet as a whole
CORE SPINS FASTER THAN EARTH
Jupiter’s field captures magnetic moments induced by Jupiter’s ionized rotating core which powers a high velocity ring current of ions ejected from Io’s volcanoes which increases the velocity and angular momentum of ring current ions in the direction of Io’s orbit around Jupiter.
Io captures electrons from Jupiter’s field on field lines propagated around Io’s orbital path which electrifies Io’s surface and induces a voltage potential between Io’s surface and core, where electrons are transformed into field lines.
High energy photons induced by exothermic mantle reactions transform into electron positron pairs at Io’s core surface where electrons are transformed into field lines resulting in residual positrons, which merge in trios and transform with transiting electrons into protons.
Protons transform with core current electrons into mantle elements, in exothermic nuclear reactions, increasing Io’s mass, orbital angular momentum and the mass and angular momentum of ionized matter ejected into the ring current from Io’s volcanoes.
ORBITAL MECHANICS OF JUPITER’S INNER MOONS ANIMATION
. Jupiter’s moon Io captures electrons from Jupiter’s field and transforms electrons into field lines at Io’s core which propagate around Orbital path.
At Jupiter’s north pole, one cyclone about 2,485 miles (4,000 kilometers) wide has eight cyclones each of similar diameter around it. And at the south pole, one cyclone about 3,975 miles (6,400 km) wide is encircled by five cyclones ranging in size from 3,480 miles to 4,350 miles (5,600 km to 7,000 km).
Magnetic moments captured by Jupiter’s field powers faster rotation of Jupiter’s atmosphere than Jupiter’s core, and the differential rotation powers the rotation of cyclones around the poles.
Jupiter’s moon Io’s orbital path composed of heavy ions ejected from Io’s volcanoes which transform magnetic moments into kinetic energy and increasing angular momentum of ring current ions.
Io orbits Jupiter with a velocity of 17 km s- 1 . Jupiter’s
The high velocity ring current ions flowing past Io is increasing the velocity and angular momentum of Io’s rotation around Jupiter.
Jupiter’s three inner moons are embedded in fields which capture electrons from Jupiter’s field on field lines transformed from electrons, charging their surfaces, inducing a voltage potential between surface and core where electrons are transformed into field lines and photons induced by exothermic nuclear reactions transform into electron positron pairs, electrons are transformed into field lines, resulting in residual positrons which merge in trios and transform with transiting electrons into protons.
Protons transformed from photons at Io’s core transform with core current electrons into mantle elements which are ejected from volcanoes on Io’s surface increasing Io’s mass and angular momentum around Jupiter, and increasing mass and angular momentum of the ion electric ring current trapped in Io’s orbital path.
The magnetosphere of Jupiter sweeps up gases and dust from Io’s thin atmosphere at a rate of 1 tonne per second. This material is mostly composed of ionized and atomic sulfur, oxygen and chlorine; atomic sodium and potassium; molecular sulfur dioxide and sulfur; and sodium chloride dust.