Lighting and mushballs in Jupiter’s atmosphere, a massive planetary wave in Venus’, and marsquakes provide InSight into Mars’ structure
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Join us today for a trio of solar system stories! First, shallow lightning and mushballs in Jupiter’s atmosphere help find “missing” ammonia. Next, a massive planetary wave in Venus’ atmosphere goes back at least 35 years. Finally, InSight’s seismograph provides the first direct measurement of subsurface boundaries.