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Jupiter

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Hannah Hildebrand

on 1 October 2012

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Transcript of Jupiter

Hannah Hildebrand
&
Lydia Harvey Visiting Jupiter:
All You Need to Know How Much Will You Weigh? What Will You Need to Bring? Why are You Going? What Kind of Experiments
are You Doing? As a special mission sent straight from NASA, the DAMS eighth grade accelerated science class must take a trip to Jupiter to explore it's wonders and discover new facts all about this special planet. My partner Lydia and I will be your guides as you travel through space and try out some experiments to learn more about how you will survive there. WHY ARE YOU GOING TO JUPITER? The atmosphere in Jupiter is made of hydrogen, helium, sulfur, nitrogen, and oxygen, so you will need a spacesuit. The density there is 1.33 grams per centimeter cubed, so if you weighed 100 pounds on Earth, you will weigh 240 on Jupiter....

Jupiter is estimated to feel about -145 degrees Celsius just in the clouds. But, you will be very hot. Jupiter doesn't get much heat from the Sun, so it generates its own. What You Need to Bring Jupiter is the fifth and the largest planet in our solar system. It is 88,846 kilometers in diameter. It can also hold 1,000 Earths....

So, how would we explore it all in a small amount of time? Thing is, we won't. Jupiter has never had a spacecraft land on it before in history, we are the first. Some scientists believe that Jupiter may not even have a solid surface. We will maybe cover one kilometer today, so what we see of Jupiter is what the world will know until further exploration. How Will you Explore Jupiter? Now, you will be transported by bus to the airport where you will lift-off and explore Jupiter for the first time ever. Have fun and learn lots for the future of America!

Luck, the NASA Team. Good-Bye! Jupiter is 483,800,000 million miles from the sun, which means about 788,500,000 kilometers.
It has ten moons, named Europa, Io, Ganymede, Callisto, Amalthea, Metis, and More.
It also has one 'invisible' ring, made of dark dust. We call it invisible because the naked eye cannot see it.
The length of one day in Jupiter is only nine hours and fifty-six minutes. And, the length of one year is twleve Earth years.
The size of this massive planet is 318 times that of Earth's and 2.5 times the sum of all the planets combined.
Jupiter wasn't really 'dicovered', besides Venus, it's the brightest thing in the sky. People have seen it and known about it for thousands of years. More Facts You will Need to Know
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