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Introduction Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system.
Jupiter is also the 5th planet from the sun and is in between Mercury and Saturn. Jupiter is also one of the four gas giant planets there are also dwarf planets like Pluto. Measurements Jupiter is 243 degrees Fahrenheit and (145 degrees Celsius). Jupiter's circumference is 279,120 miles and (449,200 kilometers). Jupiter's diameter is 86,881 miles and (139,882 kilometers). It takes Jupiter 12 Earth years to travel around the sun . It takes Jupiter 10 earth hours (9 hours and 56 minutes ) to make 1 rotation. Compositions Jupiter is mostly made of hydrogen (hydrogen is a colorless gas, and it can catch on fire very easily) and 10% of its volume is made out of helium (helium is a chemical and is the lightest form of gas).
Jupiter's atmosphere is mostly made of hydrogen and helium.
Jupiter has 63 known moons. Geology Jupiter was formed by a method
called Core Accretion after the sum came to light. This method also created other planets Space Exploration Galileo Galilei discovered Jupiter in 1610 You can not walk on Jupiter because Jupiter does not have a solid surface, because it is made of all gases.
The metallic hydrogen core gives off a huge magnetic field around Jupiter. Jupiter's magnetic field is 10 time stronger that Earths. Jupiter is 483,800,000 miles and (778,500,000 kilometers) from the sun. Jupiter is 365 miles ( 588 million kilometers ) from the Earth at its closest point. Jupiter travels 13.1 kilometers per second. Measurements Jupiter By Haley Winchell Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Mercury Venus Earth Mars http://www.paganspace.net/forum/topics Picture 1 Picture 2 http://www.universetoday.com/14481/what-is-jupiter-made-of/ http://www.space.com/18383-how-far-away-is-jupiter.html http://www.guide-to-astronomy.narod.ru/planets/questions_1_8.html http://engtechmag.wordpress.com/2011/11/22/jupiters-moon-europa-could-hold-water-an-annotated-graphic/ http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/astronomy/planets/ Pictures 3-8 Interesting Facts on Jupiter Some time at night you can see Jupiter.
Jupiter got its name after the new Romans who named it Jupiter after there king of god Jupiter who was also the king of sky and thunder.
The first record of Jupiter was 7th or 8th century B.C.
At the center of Jupiter is its core, the core is slightly bigger than Earth but weighs 20 time more.
Surrounding Jupiter core is a ocean like liquid about 1000 Kilometer deep.
Jupiter has a vary strong magnetic field so you would weigh 2.5 time as much as you do on Earth.
There is a storm 3 times the size of Earth called The Great Red Spot on Jupiter for hundreds of years which is still going on today. http://space-facts.com/jupiter/ Resources Websites
1. http://www.space.com/18383-how-far-away-is-jupiter.html
2. http://www.findthedata.org/site_search/Jupiter
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Pictures
1.http://www.visions05.washington.edu/visuals/document.jsp?id=245
2.http://engtechmag.wordpress.com/2011/11/22/jupiters-moon-europa-could-hold-water-an-annotated-graphic/
3.http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/astronomy/planets/ Jupiter fact video Europa, Io, Ganymede, Callisto, Amalthea, Metis, Elara, Thebe, Leda, Ananke, Kale, Arche, Carme, Adrastea, Himalia, Iocaste, Carpo, Pasiphae, Sinope, Aitne, Kore, Cyllene, Helike, Herse, Kalyke, Sponde, Themisto, Euporie, Lysithea, Mneme, Thyone, Hegemone, Aoede, Isonoe, Callirrhoe, Taygete, Pasithee, Praxidike, Harpalyke, Hermippe, Thelxinoe, Autonoe, Orthosie, Euanthe, Megaclite, Erinome, Eurydome, Chaldene, Kallichore, Eukelade and more. Jupiter's Moons Jupiter during solar nebula Jupiter's Red Spot
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