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Jupiter

This is just A school project.
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Diane Harris

on 3 May 2010

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Transcript of Jupiter

Jupiter Jupiter's Red Spot Jupiter's famous red spot is actually a storm that has been happening for more than 300 years. Moons of Jupiter Jupiter has 63 known moons and posibbly more. Facts about Jupiter Jupiter's Weather Jupiter's Rings Jupiter's main ring system is formed by dust. The ring system begins about 55,000 miles from Jupiter's center. If you weigh 100lbs. on Earth, you would weigh 264lbs. on Jupiter. Jupiter rotates faster than any planet in the Solar System. Jupiter has the biggest moon in the Solar System, Ganymede. It is even bigger than Mercury and Pluto. Jupiter is the largest planet in our Solar System. You can fit 100 Earths into Jupiter's Great Red Spot. The weather conditions on Jupiter are cold and rocky. Jupiter's rings extend to about 150,000 miles from the planet. The mass of Jupiter is 70% of the total mass of all the other planets in our Solar System. Jupiter's Climate Most of these moons are small. 4 of these moons are large, spherical, and differentiated.
Jupiter is extremly dense. Jupiter's average temperature is -238 degrees F. Jupiter is the fifth furthest planet from the Sun, or approximately 507,420,000 miles from the Sun. Jupiter's atmosphere is approximately 90% hydrogen and 10% helium. Winds on Jupiter have been measured in excess of 400 mph. It takes 9hrs. and 55min. to make one rotation. It takes about 12 Earth years for Jupiter to orbit the Sun. Jupiter's temperature range is from -261 degrees F to -186 degrees F.
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