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Fraser
2017-Oct-26, 06:50 PM
The Juno probe has peered deeper into Jupiter's atmosphere than ever before, which has indicated that its magnetic field is askew.
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Hornblower
2017-Oct-26, 07:07 PM
The body of the article says nothing about the gravitational field being askew. All it says so far is that it varies with depth, which seems trivial to me.

John Mendenhall
2017-Oct-27, 03:02 AM
The body of the article says nothing about the gravitational field being askew. All it says so far is that it varies with depth, which seems trivial to me.

"During its latest pass, the probe managed to provide the most detailed look to date of the planet’s interior. In so doing, it learned that Jupiter’s powerful magnetic field is askew, with different patterns in it’s northern and southern hemispheres. "

I think the headline is askew.

Amber Robot
2017-Oct-27, 06:03 PM
The people who write the headlines are often not the same people who write the articles.