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When Galileo met Ganymede

Stevenson, David J. (1996) When Galileo met Ganymede. Nature, 384 (6609). pp. 511-512. ISSN 0028-0836. doi:10.1038/384511a0.

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Jupiter's satellite Ganymede has a magnetic field. Its cause could be an internal dynamo that was kick-started a billion years ago when the satellite was temporarily pushed into a more eccentric orbit.

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Official Citation:Stevenson, D. J. (1996). "When Galileo met Ganymede." Nature 384(6609): 511-512.
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