Transcript: Jupiter http://www.universetoday.com/22710/jupiter-compared-to-earth/ http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/planets/jupiter.html http://www.rainymood.com/ for the swag yolo# http://www.squidoo.com/15-fun-facts-about-jupiter-planet http://www.universetoday.com/15185/jupiters-magnetic-field/ http://csep10.phys.utk.edu/astr161/lect/jupiter/interior.html http://www.universetoday.com/47966/jupiters-core/ http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2011/09aug_juno3/ Overview Structure At least 66 moons Biggest ones Galilean moons: Ganymed ( 5262 km) Io (3528 km) Europa (3121 km) Kallisto (4820 km) Discovered by Galileo SPACY! 120 times bigger 317 times heavier Earth´s mean density 4 times greater Gasplanet Makes up 70% of solar system's planetary mass Dayyum, i´d so like to visit Jupiter ! if it only wasn´t that cold... Location General Information Structure Moons Great Red Spot Interesting Facts Sources Location Overview Emitts lethal radiation Magnetic field is 14 times stronger than the earth's Life on earth might not be possible without jupiter Aroung jupiter there are tons of highly charged electrons Rotates once every 10 hours Presentation by Andreas Hofer & Juloan Ebliling General data Largest planet in our solar system 5th planet 817 mio. km (5,20 AU) from the Sun Hydrogen 70% of its mass Unknown nature of core Does not possess a defined surface Outer core made from liquid metallic hydrogen Super-conductive Formed under high pressure Great Red Spot Giant Storm Fits apprx. 3 Earths Observed for 400 years 40000 km More than 430 km/h Moons Interesting Facts Sources
Transcript: Jupiter 1. Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. 2. It has 50 moons. 3. The composition of Jupiter resembles that of a star. 4. It has storm systems on its surface. 5. It resembles a star with its own miniture solar system made by its moons. 6.It may have a rocky core the size of Earth. 7. The magnetic field of Jupiter is 20,000 times that of Earth 8.It has rings. 9. Jupiter was named after the most important Roman god. 10. Jupiter was discovered by Galileo. one of Jupiter's 50 moons interior view of Jupiter Discovered: Janurary 7th 1610 by Galileo 1610: Jupiter is discovered by galileo 1979: Voyager 1 observes moons 2009: a comet or asteroid impacts Jupiter's southern hemisphere Significant Dates Ten facts Jupiter Statistics distance from sun: 483,638,564 miles Mass: 1,898.130 x 10^24 kilograms Effective tempurature: 134 K Compared to Earth: 317.828 X Earth Mean Circumference: 439,263.8km compared to Earth: 10.9733X Earth Surface Gravity: 24.79 compared to Earth: 2.53x Earth's gravity
Transcript: By: Jennifer Costa Ancient Rome: Jupiter Jupiter Introduction Jupiter, also called Jove in English; Iuppiter, Iovis or Diespeter in Latin, is the one Roman god considered to have the most power out of them all Symbols Symbols Some of Jupiter's symbols include the eagle, lightning, and an oak tree Family Family Even though Jupiter was married to Juno, he had many affairs which resulted in him having many children. Those children are Apollo, Bacchus, Bellona, Diana, Dike, Discordia, Hercules, Juventas, Mars, Mercury, Minerva, the Graces, Venus. Jupiter's most important title is Jupiter Optimus Maximus which signifies that he is not only the best and greatest, but it shows his role as the father of the gods The temple that Jupiter is worshipped at (Jupiter Optimus Maximus on Capitoline Hill) with his wife Juno and daughter Minerva Jupiter is traced back all the way from the Etruscans He also has parallels with the Greek god Zeus Origin Origin They both are the most powerful gods of both cultures both gods of the sky, thunder, and kings both had identical symbols: the lightning bolt and an eagle Comparisons with Zeus Comparisons with Zeus Jupiter was the one god the people worshipped the most due to the fact he contained the most power He had a reputation of violence which caused people to fear him Many things were named after him, oaths were sworn in his name and many statues and relics were built in honor of him Worship Worship While he was important to Rome as a whole, Jupiter was attributed to help those in combat, so the military thought that he helped with victories He protected Rome in time of war and maintained the welfare of the people during peace Parades with be held by generals after a victory throughout the city to the temple in his honor Libraries of important texts were kept inside of his temple Importance Importance Jupiter's decline mainly had to do with: The fact that emperors would claim to be gods themselves Christianity began to rise He fell out of favor with the people due to the fact that he represented kings which was resented throughout the Republic Decline Decline
Transcript: Addie Balusek 14/5/2018 Jupiter Facts about Jupiter 483.8 million miles away from the sun Orbital period is 12 years Mass is 1.898 × 10^27 kg (317.8 M) Most common moons include: Callisto, Io, Ganymede and Europa Asteroid Belt Jupiter lies next to the Asteroid Belt in our solar system. The Asteroid Belt is also next to mars as well. Jupiters Gravity Jupiter's Gravity Jupiter's gravity is almost like a slingshot. It literally can throw things like space debris and meteors towards the inner solar system. On the other hand, it kinda also protects us from any other objects in space because those objects can get stuck in its gravity. Jupiters moon Sustaining life? Is it true that Jupiter's moon, Europa, could potentially sustain life. It has a icy layer but underneath it all is water. Market Size Europa Europa is one of the moons in our solarsystem that could have life. It has a mass of 3.09×107 km2 (0.061 Earths) and has a radius of 969.8 miles. It has a layer of ice and it has liquid water underneath. 3 $26 54 Market Size Economical Quality Competitor C name Strengths Weaknesses Strengths Weaknesses COMPANY LOGO ]
Transcript: Jupiter Morgan and Natalie History History Jupiter was named after the king of the gods in Roman mythology, Zeus. Jupiter helped revolutionize the way astronomers saw the universe in 1610, when Galileo discovered Jupiter's four large moons- Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, now known as the Galilean moons. This was the first time that celestial bodies were seen circling an object other than Earth, and gave major support to the Copernican view that Earth was not the center of the universe. Jupiter's Geology Geology The composition of Jupiter is similar to that of the Sun-mostly hydrogen and helium. Deep in the atmosphere, pressure and temperature increase, compressing the hydrogen gas into a liquid. It is still unclear if, deeper down, Jupiter has a central core of solid material or if it may be a thick, super-hot and dense soup. This gives Jupiter the largest ocean in the solar system—an ocean made of hydrogen instead of water. There is no firm surface on Jupiter, so if you tried to stand on the planet, you sink down and be crushed by the intense pressure inside the planet. Atmosphere Atmosphere The gas planet likely has three distinct cloud layers in its "skies" that, taken together, span about 44 miles (71 kilometers). The top cloud is made of ammonia ice, while the middle layer is likely made of ammonium hydrosulfide crystals. The innermost layer may be made of water ice and vapor. Jupiter's fast rotation-spinning once every 10 hours-creates strong jet streams, separating its clouds into dark belts and bright zones across long stretches. Pictures Pictures Jupiter's Formation Formation Jupiter took shape when the rest of the solar system formed about 4.5 billion years ago, when gravity pulled swirling gas and dust in to become this gas giant. Jupiter took most of the mass left over after the formation of the Sun, ending up with more than twice the combined material of the other bodies in the solar system. In fact, Jupiter has the same ingredients as a star, but it did not grow massive enough to ignite. Jupiter's Location Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest in the Solar System. It is a gas giant with a mass more than two and a half times that of all the other planets in the Solar System combined, but slightly less than one-thousandth the mass of the Sun. About 4 billion years ago, Jupiter settled into its current position in the outer solar system, where it is the fifth planet from the Sun. Location Fun Facts Fun Facts - New research by scientists apparently shows that it rains diamonds on Jupiter and Saturn. According to the research, lightning storms on the planets turn methane into soot which hardens into chunks of graphite and then diamonds as it falls. -Jupiter's magnetic field Is 14 Times Stronger Than Earth's
Transcript: Jupiter By: Amanda Armbruster and Lauren Lalo -Largest planet -Radius is 71000 km or 11.2 of the earth -1300 earths can fit in Jupiter -associated with growth, prosperity, and good fortune - In comparison to terrestrial planets, Jovian Planets are: -Larger -Have less average density -Larger moons -Rotate faster -Outer most Gallilean moon -Heavily cratered ice surface -Lacks any significant source of internal heat -Lack of tidal heating makes no orbital resonance -Also possibility of ocean Jupiter in Astrology -Covered by water ice -Has enough water to make a layer of ice 100Km thick -May contain as much water as all earths oceans -combined -Strong magnetic field -Only moon in solar system to have one -Further reason as to why there should be liquid water and not convective ice Europa Galileo Surface Ring Callisto Spacecrafts Mass -No solid surface -Clouds -Different colored bands -Water clouds -Ammonium hydrosulfate clouds equal reddish brown color -Unidentified compounds reflect light to show color -White bands mean the air is rising -Dark bands means the air is falling -Coriolis Effect causes winds east and west Size The Great Red Spot -11.9 years -Little axis tilt of 3.1 degrees -Giant storm, analgous to hurricane -High pressure -Don’t know why so much bigger than other storms -Rotates once every 6 days -At least 350 years old -Largest moon in solar system -Magnetic field, making ocean possible -Different color regions due to number of craters in regions -Most volcanically active object in the solar system -No craters -Constantly repaired by volcanic activity -Not geologically dead like our moon -Due to tidally heating -Elliptical orbit keeps it active -Closest to Jupiter Io astrological symbol Voyager 1 Moons -Fainter than Saturn's -Less numerous, smaller , darker -Due to tidal forces -Discovered by voyager spacecraft -318 times the mass of earth -Most massive planet Orbit Jovian Planets -63 plus moons -Galileo used Jupiters moons to disprove the heliocentric model -The moons are big enough that they would be planets orbiting earth and heliocentric model was true Drops of Jupiter Ganymede
Transcript: Largest Planet in our solar system 63 moons lines and movement 1,321 times the volume of earth Known by the ancients Trace amounts of water, methane and ammonia Jupiter's Composition Jupiter red spot Jupiter's Size compared to Earth Made of Hydrogen and Helium-like a star! Diagram of Jupiter Named after the king of the Roman Gods Elliptical Approximately 12 Earth years Layer of liquid hydrogen and helium 5th closest planet to the sun stripes Core contains rock and metallic hydrogen 317 times the mass of earth Jupiter's Orbit Basic Facts
Transcript: Jupiter Presentation This planet was known by ancients. Therefore we do not know when it was discovered. Jupiter has 63 known moons. The four biggest moons are Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. Jupiter's largest moon, Ganymede, is larger than Mercury. All Jovian planets have rings, and Jupiters no exception. However, it's three rings are very faint, not visible through a telescope. Jupiter is 5.2 AU's (778,330,000 km and 48363184 miles) and has an average diamiter of 142,984 km (88846 miles.) Jupiter is made of Hydrogen, Helium, water, methaine, a couple of other misalanious gasses, and a earth-sized, rocky core surrounded by a couple miles of ice. Presentation by Trel Johnson. Facts by Allen Lentz, Kerigan Flinn, and Delilah Fuller. Done on December 1st. WE ARE THE PINEAPPLES. Moons This is a map of the composition of Jupiter.
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