Sorry about my poor English. I heard Jupiter emits lethal amounts of radioactivity (I don't know what kind). I also read things that suggested that there are areas where this radioactivity is more intense than on other areas. I wanted to know a few things: a) why does Jupiter emits so much radiation? b) what is the nature of that radiation? c) where are the areas where the radiation level is stronger? d) as Jupiter rotates, does the radioactively intense areas rotate with it? Or are they stationary in relation to Jupiter's center? e) If you are close to Jupiter itself, let's say, just a few kilometers above it's atmosphere, the amount of radiation that will hit you will be greater than the amount that would hit you if you were sitting at one of the many Jupiter's moons? Or would it be less? Or the same? f) Is there any place near Jupiter where the crew of manned ship would be safe from the planet's radiatioactive emission? A few other questions may arise once those are answered. Thanks a lot to anyone who is patient enough to read and answer this question.