Some of the heat generated to keep oceans wet on Jupiter's moons may be produced by the moons working together gravitationally, according to findings published in Geophysical Research Letters. Researchers say the moon neighbors may create tidal waves on each other's surfaces to produce resonance and generate heat due to friction.
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