Do other planets suffer from extreme weather?

According to the results of research reached by researchers specialized in astronomical climatology, the prevailing climate condition on other planets in the solar system is a basic pillar to know the prevailing climate condition on Earth and our planet is not the only one in the solar system that boasts huge hurricane-like storms. For example, gas giants Jupiter and Saturn are violently spinning flows that can be larger than the entire Earth. While these storms are not fed by warm ocean water the way terrestrial hurricanes are exposed, they are similar in many ways, say scientists.

"There are definitely thunderstorms, lightning and rain, more than typhoons," said Andrew Ingersoll of the California Institute of Technology and researcher on NASA's Cassini Mission to Saturn. "And more violent - the winds on those planets are stronger, too.

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  • Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
    19 May 2020

    How do you think you can link this to extreme weather events on Earth? What could we learn from other planets, or is it too difficult to draw a comparison?

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      Olivia @ the BNC's comment 19 May 2020

      I think your question is interesting. There is no doubt that the climate of the planets explains the changes in the Earth’s climate. He monitored the prevailing weather in other places for a better understanding of the camp weather. Climatic as climate scientists use the models of other planets' climates to anticipate the future of the Earth's climate, and I think that by this, scientists have valuable information that enables them to improve the climatic models of the planet and scientists take the climate of the planets as an example and use advanced information models of the climate in research M about the possibility of linking the earth's climate and the climate of the planets say Forges rely exclusively on universal equations that can surround all the details of what is happening in the earth's climate.

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