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JUPITER, LORD OF THE PLANETS
Jupiter is the giant of the solar system. Its mass is over two times that of all the other planets, moons, asteroids and comets put together.


's Moon, Io
's moon Io is 778 million kilometers from the Sun. Except at its volcanic hot spots, Io's surface temperature is well below freezing.

Jupiter-type Comets
Jupiter-type comets are short-period comets with orbital periods less than 20 years. They are named as such since their current orbits are primarily determined by the gravitational influence of Jupiter.


The fifth planet from the Sun and the largest planet in our solar system. orbits the Sun at an average distance of 5.2 AU. The planet has a mass 318 times the mass of Earth and a radius 11.2 times the radius of Earth.

Jupiter
Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and by far the largest within our solar system; some have described the solar system as consisting of the Sun, Jupiter, and assorted debris.

's Ring System
's ring was discovered by Voyager 1 in a single image that was targeted specifically to search for a faint ring system. Subsequently, Voyager 2 was reprogrammed to take a more complete set of images.

Jupiter, the largest planet
Jupiter is the fifth planet from the sun and the largest in the solar system. Named after the ruler of the gods in Roman mythology, Jupiter has 1400 times the volume of Earth but only 318 times more mass.


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is the largest planet in our solar system. Not just by a tiny bit, but it is 2.5 times more massive than all of the other planets combined or 317 times the mass of Earth. Sort of an SUV in a solar system full of clown cars.

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Jupiter storm. İReta Beebe, Amy Simon & NASA Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system.

'S RINGS
has faint, dark, narrow rings composed of tiny rock fragments and dust. They do not contain ice, like Saturn's rings.

Jupiter's got acne!
Poor Jupiter. It's breaking out*.
The Great Red Spot is a vast, planet-sized hurricane that's been blowing on Jupiter for hundreds of years.


you will learn about s orbit, rings, Interior, clouds. as well you will discover planetary moons of , and other objects of interest in our solar system.

Jupiter XIII
Leda ("LEE duh") is the ninth of Jupiter's known satellites and the smallest: orbit: 11,094,000 km from Jupiter diameter: 16 km mass: 5.


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(j´ptr), in astronomy, fifth planet from the sun and largest planet of the solar system.

Jupiter robbed Mars of building material
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Jupiter, the most massive planet of the solar system and the fifth in distance from the Sun. It is one of the brightest objects in the night sky; only the Moon, Venus, and sometimes Mars are more brilliant.

's fifteenth moon, Pasiphae, was discovered by P. Melotte in 1908. Pasiphae was the wife of Minos and mother, by a white bull, of the Minotaur
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A liquid-giant planet whose atmosphere is composed of hydrogen and helium, with methane, ammonia, H2S, and water as condensable aerosols.

is the fifth planet from the Sun and is the largest one in the solar system. If were hollow, more than one thousand Earths could fit inside. It also contains more matter than all of the other planets combined. It has a mass of 1.

Jupiter radiates more energy into space than it receives from the Sun. Traditionally, this heat was thought to be produced from the slow gravitational compression of the planet so that its core may be as hot as 20,000 °C (or F).

has several unique characteristics:
The first one is its immense size. It is indeed, as its name suggests, the king of the planets. About 1,320 Earths could fit inside of it.
The second characteristic is the Great Red Spot.

Jupiter is composed mostly of gas. This enormous planet radiates twice as much heat as it absorbs from the Sun. It also has an extremely strong magnetic field. It is slightly flattened at its poles and it bulges out a bit at the equator.
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is usually one of the brighter objects in the night sky. Amongst the planets visible to the naked eye, it is usually second only to Venus in terms of brightness.

Jupiter's moons are at it again.
Last week, on August 26-27, you had a chance to see a double shadow on the face of Jupiter, cast by Ganymede and Europa.

also has a giant magnetic field--with an equivalent central magnet about 20,000 times the Earth's, its field at the planet's visible edge about 10 times more intense than ours.

Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar system.
It is the fifth planet from the Sun.
Twenty eight satellites orbit Jupiter. The four largest moons are Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto. They were observed as long ago as 1610.

& Cancer take Center Stage in April
Yearly on April Fool's Day, the constellation Cancer stands due south at 8 p.m. local time, reaching its highest point in the sky for the night. The Sun passes within its borders from July 21 to August 11.

Jupiter is massive because it has a large diameter (11.2 times that of Earth). Its density is only 1.33 g/cc, which is 1/4 that of Earth, and only slightly more than the 1 g/cc characteristic of water.


Mean Distance from the Sun
5.20 AU (778.33 million km / 471.72 million miles) ...

Jupiter was a Roman god, and the planet was named after him. Perhaps the verse in the Bible doesn't refer to the planet, but to the god.

Definition: : is the fifth planet from the sun. It is the largest planet in our solar system. It is named for the king of ancient Roman gods.
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Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Cite This Source
Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest planet within the solar system. It is two and a half times as massive as all of the other planets in our solar system combined.

See also: See also: Planet, Astro, Solar, Orbit, Earth

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