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Saturn’s core is a rotating array of equal radius ionized spheres draped by ferrite boundary layers embedded in fields of charge and magnetic moments trapped by field lines transformed from electrons which cycle through nested frame positions as the inner frame cycles to the outer position, captures charge and moments induced by core ions and electrons intersecting the core between cycles.

The configuration of Saturn’s core array can be deduced from the persistent hexagram at Saturn’s north pole. The core model depicted is a build out of the six square faces of the cube-octahedron, generating the hexagonal top and bottom faces.

We’ve known about the storm at the gas giant’s north pole for decades, but now it appears that this massive hexagonal storm could be a towering behemoth hundreds of kilometers in height that has its base deep in Saturn’s atmosphere.

SATURN HEXAGRAM/CASSINI DATA

Saturn’s magnetic dipole is strictly aligned with its rotational axis, meaning that the field, uniquely, is highly axisymmetric.[12] The dipole is slightly shifted (by 0.037 Rs) along Saturn’s rotational axis towards the north pole

Saturn’s hexagon is a persisting hexagonal cloud pattern around the north pole of the planet Saturn, located at about 78°N.[1][2][3] It rotates with a period of 10h 39m 24s, the same period as Saturn’s radio emissions from its interior.[11] The hexagon does not shift in longitude like other clouds in the visible atmosphere.[12]

SATURN – WIKIPEDIA

The hexagon is visible because Saturn’s core array is spinning on an axis through the center of the hexagonal faces. An ‘updraft’ e through the rotating core array is embossing a raised hexagram ‘shadow’on the surface around the pole. The planetary field captures magnetic moments powering equatorial ring currents, but since the field is perfectly aligned with the core rotation axis asymmetrical ring currents don’t disrupt the hexagram.

THE SOLAR CORE ARRAY
The solar core is a rotating array of equal radius equal radius ionized spheres emnedded in cycling fields which capture monopole charge and magnetic moments induced by core ions and

The configuration of array cores is deduced from the persistent hexagram the hexagram at Saturn’s north pole. The ferrite surface of array cores is deduced from the solid surface model of the sun:

This solid surface model of the sun is based upon observations from the YOHKOH, SOHO and TRACE satellite programs, from spectral analysis data compiled by the SERTS program and from other solar observation programs from around the world.
THE SOLID SURFACE MODEL OF THE SUN

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Magnetic moments captured by Jupiter’s field, powers high velocity ionized ring currents around Jupiter’s equatorial plane composed of ions ejected from Io’s volcanoes with like polarity to the monopole field attracting electrons, with opposite charge to the monopole field, from deep space and electrifying Jupiter’s field, which traps and conducts electrons on field lines trapping Jupiter’s ring currents in the equatorial plane and transiting Jupiter’s atmosphere around the poles.

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 inducing core electric currents which induce resistive heating and exothermic mantle reactions transforming the voltage potential between surface and core into photons.

High energy photons transform into electron positron pairs at Io’s core surface where electrons transform into field lines resulting in residual positrons which merge in trios and transform with transiting electrons into protons which transform with core current electrons into ionized and atomic sulfur, oxygen and chlorine; atomic sodium and potassium; molecular sulfur dioxide and sulfur; and sodium chloride dust which is ejected from Io’s volcanoes and composes Io’s thin atmosphere which loses one tonne per second to the high velocity ring current.

Ions ejected from Io’s volcanoes increase the mass and angular momentum of Jupiter’s ring current ions, rotating in the same direction as Io’s orbital path inducing a pressure gradient increasing Io’s velocity and angular momentum around Io’s orbital path

Io’s surface is electrified by Io’s field which transforms electrons intersecting Io’s core into field membranes which trap electrons on field lines which propagate around Io’s orbital path and intersect Io’s leading and trailing edges inducing a voltage potential and core electric currents between Io’s surface and core.

ORBITAL MECHANICS OF JUPITER’S INNER MOONS ANIMATION
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SATURN, JUPITER & THEIR MOONS
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Saturn’s moon Enceladus has a field which captures electrons from Saturn’s field on field lines which extend around the moon’s orbital path and grounded on the moons surface electrifying the oceans and induces a voltage potential and core electric currents between oceans and core where electrons are transformed into field membranes and photons are transformed into protons

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HYDROGEN PRODUCTION ON ENCELADUS SCIENCE DAILY

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METHANOL DETECTED IN ENCALADUS PLUMES SCIENCE DAILY

Water, methane and other elements are transformed in exothermic nuclear reactions from protons transformed from photons and core current electrons and discharged from hydrothermal vents heating filling and fertilizing the ocean draping the Moon’s surface

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PLANETARY FORMATION IN STELLER RING CURRENT SCIENCE DAILY 2019

Proto-planets around young stars are embedded in fields which capture electrons from the solar wind on field lines propagated around their orbital paths which trap counterflowing ion currents powered by magnetic moments induced by the ionized rotating solar core composed of ions, transformed from photons at the surface of the proto-planetary core, ejected from the atmosphere by volcanoes.