Jupiter - I just learned that when NASA sent a space probe to Jupiter back in 1995, it took 14 years to get there and once it finally entered Jupiter's atmosphere and started dropping down towards the core, the pressure was so intense that after 58 minutes of descending, the space probe was CRUSHED! How cool is that?! (Thank you Netflix for having dorky shows for me to watch) :)
Auroras and the Magnetosphere of Jupiter [JAXA; Inset Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Chandra, Hubble] Jupiter has auroras. Like near the Earth, the magnetic field of our Solar System's largest planet compresses when impacted by a gust of charged particles from the Sun. This magnetic compression funnels charged particles towards Jupiter's poles and down into the atmosphere.