Abstract

Oral Abstract

Invited talk (I0.1) Yamilia Miguel (Leiden Observatory)

What do we know about the interiors of the big giants in the Solar System?

Giant planets were the first planets to form and the most influential ones. Their interiors and atmospheres have crucial information to understand the origins of the solar system and of our own Earth.
There were many missions visiting the giants, but in particular, the high accuracy and outstanding data provided by Juno ( Jupiter) and Cassini (Saturn) have fundamentally changed out knowledge of these giants.
In this presentation I will review our knowledge on the interior structure of the giants in the solar system and will show our latest results for Jupiter and Saturn -including a much deeper understanding of the giant’s jet streams-, that will help us to reach a better understanding of the giants formation history.