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Rebecca Aguilar

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Brianna, Rebecca, And Chase Jupiter What does Jupiter mean? Moons moons Temperature Atmosphere Would a human survive on Jupiter? Jupiter means Jove or Greek Zeus . Jupiter's average temperature is about 234 degrees Fahrenheit. Its to hot for us to live there. Stormy,stormy,stormy!!!! Jupiter it has hard winds. Some winds reach up to 335 mph at it's equator. Jupiter has no volcanoes because it is a gas giant. Jupiter has no TILTED axis. No, a human wouldn't survive on Jupiter because that human would choke in the atmosphere and a because Jupiter doesn't have a solid surface. Jupiter does not contain the Goldilocks conditions. The closest thing close to the Goldilocks condition is the frozen water. There are no signs of life on
Jupiter and its not able to sustain life because Jupiter does not have a solid surface. Jupiter's Position Jupiter's orbit is 778,330,000 km away from the sun and is the 5th planet from the sun. Rotation on its axis It takes Jupiter 9.8 hours to rotate on its axis. Size Jupiter is 23,713,907,537 sq mi and Jupiter is the BIGGEST planet in our universe. Jupiter has 50 moons. The largest moons are called Lo, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. Lo is the most volcanically body in the solar system. As this moon travels in its slightly elliptical orbit, Jupiter's immense gravity causes "tides" in it's soil surface that rises 100m (300ft) high on Lo. Europa's surface is mostly water ice and there's some evidence that it may be water or slushy ice beneath. Europa is thought to have twice as much water as does Earth. Ganymede is the largest moon in the solar system and is larger than the planet Mercury. This planet is the only moon known to have it's own internally generated magnetic feild. Callisto's surface is extremely heavily created and ancient. Orbit It takes Jupiter's orbit 11.86 years or 4332 days to orbit around the sun Gravity Jupiter's gravity is just 2.4 times stronger than earth's gravity . Jupiter has a dense atmosphere. There are distinct layers of clouds. The clouds are believed to exist consisting of Ammonia ice and water. Ammonia is a colorless gas (NH3) with a characteristic pungent smell. But the preliminary result from Galileo (probe) showed only a faint indication of clouds. One instrument saw the topmost layers and a other instrument may have seen a other. Data from Galileo that there was much less water than thought. Scientist expected that Jupiter's atmosphere would have about twice the amount of oxygen mixed with abundant hydrogen to make water as the sun. Jupiter's appearance Jupiter is a gas giant and has no surface only a gradual change from the atmosphere. Jupiter is mostly made of liquid inside but its sometimes changes not that often. therefore Jupiter does not have strict layers like earth does. what we see is the top of the clouds high in the atmosphere. Windy Jupiter Thanks for watching!!!!!!!! 600,000 likes
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