How do you know if Jupiter is important?
Because Zues Peed On The Milky Way And It Made Jupiter!
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Jupiter is one of the eight planets of the solar system and the fifth planet from the Sun. It is believed to have developed from the condensation of gases and other super-heated particles. It is also the largest planet in our solar system. Jupiter was the name of the supreme god and patron of the… Roman state according to Roman mythology. (MORE)
Jupiter is the Fifth planet from the sun. it is between Mars, the asteroid Belt, and Saturn. Its diamieter is 11 times bigger than earth. It has a great red spot. this spot is actually a storm swirling in Jupiter's atmosphere
I cannot give an exact number, but I could say that somebody has to know with today's technology. Jupiter isn't really famous for it's rings, though, as you may know, Saturn is, you could barely see Jupiter's rings, can you...?
The Roman attitude to their gods was that of a compact - if they honoured the gods, they would look after Rome. Jupiter was their high god and so he was most important to looking after their interests.
A: It is important to look behind the publicity surrounding her lifeand realise that Mother Teresa was a complex person, capable ofgood works but was also capable of bad. Actually knowing aboutMother Teresa, rather than just accepting a generalised reputationwill help us put her life in perspective…. Even though only a small proportion of the donations her orderreceives each year appear to be needed for the order's charitableworks, this work continues because of Mother Teresa. On the otherhand, documents said to have been obtained by SF Weekly suggestthat Mother Teresa knew one of her favourite priests, DonaldMcGuire, was removed from ministry for sexually abusing a Bay Areaboy in 1993, and that she nevertheless urged that he be returned towork as soon as possible. The priest resumed active ministry, aswell as his predatory habits. Eight additional complaints werelodged against him in the coming years by various families, leadingto his eventual arrest on sex-abuse charges in 2005. Her actionsmay or may not have been criminal in themselves, but it appears sheaided a criminal in Father McGuire, leading to the suffering ofeven more innocent young children. Mother Teresa has also been criticised for befriending dictatorsand gangsters, allowing them to use her name and reputation fortheir own personal ends. The closeness of her friendship with thecriminal Charles Keating is demonstrated by her frequent use of hisprivate plane. Catholic Answer: To place that letter from Mother Teresa in the proper context it isimportant to keep two crucial factors in mind. First, although shementions the "scandal touching the priesthood in the U.S.A." she waswriting in 1994, long before the sex-abuse scandal had reached its zenith,at a time when it was still unthinkable that bishops and religioussuperiors would have ignored clear evidence of abuse. Second, there is noreason to believe that Mother Teresa was presented with any solid evidencewhatsoever to back up the charges against McGuire. On the contrary, sheseems to have heard about the charges only from McGuire himself and fromFather John Hardon, also a Jesuit priest, who was convinced that McGuirewas innocent. Hardon had been sent by the superiors of the Jesuit order toinvestigate the charges against McGuire. She no doubt assumed that thehearsay evidence mentioned by these two priests was the only evidenceavailable. Hardon also has a case for beatification pending in the Vaticanat this time and it, too,is being threatened by these allegations.Thus in all likelihood, Mother Teresa was told that McGuire had beencharged with abuse, but assured-by two priests she trusted-that thecharges were false. She was apparently told that he had foolishly lefthimself open to charges, and she wrote to the Jesuit provincial thatMcGuire had "admitted imprudence in his behavior." She believed that hewas innocent, and she said so. Mother Teresa passed away in 1997 wellbefore the sordid details of Father McGuire's case were made public. Ofcourse, dead nuns cannot defend themselves. Mother Teresa becomes yetanother victim of Father McGuire. If Mother Teresa ever consorted with criminals and dictators, not a single person has ever substatiated these charges. (MORE)
No one knows, but I know that you would die if you could get toJupiter, If you could get there.. It would very horrible, becausethe pressure of the gases in Jupiter will crush you once you enterits atmoshpere.
Local history involves two elements: Place and People. The first, "Place", means a specific bit of territory, whether a county within a state, a district within a county, a neighborhood, or one's own back yard. That geographic limit makes the detailed information sought or acquired, manageable. With…out "People", we're not speaking of Local History; rather, we're discussing Local Geology or Local Geography only.. Why is knowing local history important? Rather than addressing the grand scheme so often found in a textbook, it addresses the nuts and bolts of how we got to this point and, to a greater or lesser extent, how we might get to the next. The historian Thomas Carlyle said that history was the "biography of Great Men." While this may be true in some respects, Great Men would hardly achieve great things without Followers - the farmers, factory workers, and laborers who bring the dreams of those Great Men to fruition. Thus, Local History - the story of the people in a neighborhood, a ghetto, a town, and their personal links to the larger community of county, district, state and nation - becomes "history as the biography of the Common Man", and reminds us that history (and the responsibility for it) begins in one's own back yard. (MORE)
He was the top god in Roman Mythology.\n. \nClick link below, there choose Jupiter from menu! the greek god Zues
Jupiter affects other planets with its immense gravitational pull, a force to the pull of the sun
May be about its Composition,Size,or may be how the Name of Jupiter came,its weather, its defence power or how 16 moons are for Jupiter.
As the largest planet in the solar system, Jupiter affects other planets with its immense gravitational pull, a force second only to the pull of the Sun. Though constructed of the same material as the Sun, it would need to be at least 80 times larger to sustain fusion and become a star. Regardless, …it acts upon bodies in a similar way as the Sun, grabbing objects from far away and pulling them toward itself with intense speed. Such high speeds that Jupiter in fact helps protect the Earth by grabbing objects that enter the solar system and flinging them away from itself. This protective action has undoubtedly aided Earth in not encountering many objects that might do it harm throughout the time since its creation. Though, to note, this same gravitational grab and toss simply ejects objects away from Jupiter in a near random direction. Thus, it could be concluded that it might be possible for Jupiter to one day grab an object and send it straight for Earth. Such an object would be traveling at a speed too enormous for astronomers to have any warning, and near, if not complete, cataclysm could occur, negating any past protection Jupiter might have provided. (MORE)
Jupiter is like the 5th planet in the solar system. It has a ring and I believe 63 moon,the highest number of moons any planet has! I hope that help ;p
Jupiter has a BIG red spot on it. Jupiter has a very, very dim ring system. Jupiter also has 16 moons.
Galileo knew the points of light around Jupiter were not starsbecause they appeared to be dancing around the planet and were notacting like stars. This gave evidence to the fact that the planetsrevolve around the Sun.
Jupiter is known as the largest planet in the solar system with a diameter of 140 000 km.
It is difficult to get to Jupiter, as it would take years in aspacecraft. If you got to it, it is not possible to land on it, asit is purely made of gas. People could not survive on it. So youcould get close to it, but not actually get to it.
Jupiter's core is made up of rock, metal, and hydrogen compounds. Jupiter's outer core is made up of metallic hydrogen. Jupiter's mantle is made up of liquid hydrogen and helium. Jupiter's cloud tops are made up of hydrogen and helium. Jupiter's atmosphere is made up of 89.8% hydrogen an…d 10.2% helium with a little bit of methane and ammonia. (MORE)
. what kind of question is this? Jupiter or Zeus was the foremost character (or god) in the myths. He was portrayed as being all-powerful, though given to mortal attractions
the most important moons are the galileans, Ganmede, Calisto, europa and Io. named after their discoverer, galileo. ganymede is larger than mercury and would be a planet in its own right if it wernt bound to jupiter. callisto is almost mercurys twin in size and appearance. europa is the smoothest na…tural body in the solar system, covered in ice. it is believed to be the most likely to have life on it, in hte liquid water under the ice. Io is commonly described as a pizza, its volcanic eruptions not only making it the most active world in the solar system, but spewing out sulphuric gases that give it its colourful appearance (MORE)
\nto able to us to know the characteristics of the other planet surrounding our solar system.
Jupiter's gravitational field is second only in strength to that of the Sun. It's role in protecting the Earth form comet and asteroid impacts is only now being fully appreciated. Comet Shoemaker Levy 9 recently impacted Jupiter having broken into 9 separate fragments, any one of which, had it hit… the Earth would have been totally catastrophic for the continuation of life on Earth. This was thought to be a once in a lifetime event until our ideas were altered this Summer when another huge impact was spotted by amateurs astronomers. Hubble's recently refurbished camera was quickly commisioned and pointed at this impact site. We are very fortunate to have this protection and could be another reason why life has been able to progress relatively uniformly on Earth although there have been several mass extinction events throughout geologiical time. The last being the Chixulub crater in the Yucatan peninsula which is thought to have killed off the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. (MORE)
Jupiter is massive, Jupiter can't everbecome a star, Jupiter is the fastest spinningplanet in the Solar System, The Clouds on Jupiterare only 50 km thick, The Great Red Spot has beenaround for a long time, Jupiter has rings, Jupiter's magnetic field is 14 times as strong asEarth, Jupiter h…as 63moons, Jupiter has been visited 7 times byspacecraft from Earth, You can see Jupiter withyour own eyes (MORE)
Saturn is the next furthest planet from the Sun afterJupiter. The order of planets is below. . Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.
Jupiter has 63 moons and 4 main moons the main moons are called Io, Ganymede, Europa and Callisto.
They are important to know because if you don't know them you won'tbe prepared for them, making it more likely that you will be killedor injured if one strikes your area.
It is important to know that the earth is round because if you didn't you might think it is possible to fall off the side but it is round so you cant
Hypercalcemia can be considered life threatening. If direct methods are not taken, coma or cardiac arrest can result in this, in worse cases. Hypercalcemia can also be caused as a result of some form of malignant cancer of a bone. That said, the most likely reason for having high blood calcium …levels is a condition known as hyperparathroidism which is a condition wherein one or more of the four parathryoid glands located typically behind the parathyroid gland in the neck, has an adenoma. These adenomas are typically non-cancerous. If you have hypercalcemia, you should ask your doctor to have your PTH (parathryoid) hormone level checked as well. It is critical to rule hyperparathroidism in or out as the cause of hypercalcemia. Prolonged hypercalcemia can cause many serious symptoms and varies from person to person. The only cure for hyperparathryoidism is removal of the affected parathroid(s), it will not get better on its own. Lastly, if you have hypercalcemia, often times your Vitamin D levels will be low as well. This is a protective measure of the human body as the primary purpose of Vitamin D is to allow the intestines to absorb calcium in the intestines. In order to prevent more calcium from entering the bloodstream, the body will reduce its Vitamin D levels to prevent further calcium absorption. Check out the link below for the most recent and accurate info on hypercalcemia and hyperparathyroidism. (MORE)
THE LEARNER can only start from where they are now. Unless a teacher knows 'where the learner is' they will not know where to start, nor will they know at what 'level' to pitch the instruction, nor will they know the preferred learning styles of their pupil. The teacher MUST know, or find out,… (or make a very good guess at!) what the student knows already . Then both teacher and learner can build on that. If the teacher tries to teach what the student already knows , the student will learn nothing, and the whole matter will be a complete waste of time. At the other end of the scale, if the lessons are far too advanced for the student, the student will be quite unable to follow, understand, remember or apply anything of what they have been 'learning'. And, again, the lessons will be a complete waste of time. Similarly, the teacher also needs to know the student's objectives , and their motives , and their interests . How else can the tutor help the learner to accomplish those objectives, and in the most effective, efficient and interesting way(s)! Additionally the instructor must be aware the learner's personal capacity to learn ; and their limits, and how to stretch those limits. The teacher also needs to know, to some extent, the pupil's culture . In this way, many potential misunderstandings and pitfalls can be avoided. TEACHERS! Your time is precious, and so is your student's. So ALWAYS identify the students aims, and where you will be starting from and go from there, choosing the best route for your student. So k nowing your learner is the first step, and the path, the only path , to a mutually satisfying win/win situation! (MORE)
It is important to know about the mass of a star because the mass affects what happens in the later stages in its life cycle. Stars with the highest mass have the shortest life because they use up their supply of fuel rapidly. Stars with very low mass have the longest life, just like our sun, becaus…e it takes a very long time to use up their supply of fuel. (MORE)
becuz if u didnt kno how to thnk u wouldn't have thought to ask thiz question or anything. matter of fact u wouldn't know anything about anything. What a funny question! If you don't have minds to think then you never had this question.
The Importance of knowing GOD is so that one can obtain salvation, wisdom, knowlege and understanding
i would say mostly due 2 allergies, let's say you are allergic to peanuts, you would want to know if there are any peanuts in whatever u are buying before u spent you're money and also for people who don't eat certain things like muslims, who i believe don't eat swine/pork or vegetarians.
Science tells us (or tries to find out) how the universe and everything in it works. That includes YOU! Science will ultimately tell us how (philosophy asks "why"): ...the universe came into existence ...it will end ...life evolved etc. etc. If that's not important to know then you should questi…on your own existence first! (MORE)
well if this is for school the teachers will gain more proof that u rlly did look at this website and take notes on it. That's my opinion but pleez don't hesitate to ask one of ur teachers this info if it is trubling u:)
it's important but not necessary. this is also a very controversial question; for many decades, scientists, philosophers and even normal people have tried to come up with the answer but it's a matter of person opinion.
Because simplification allows you to work with smaller numbers. Most people would glaze over if faced with the fraction 1598732/3197464 but, if you have the patience, it simplifies to 1/2 which many will be quite happy to work with.
it is important to know your family root b/c it show what u r and what is your family history ,culture ,& ancestors like. it show what religion u r in.
your ram is like the workers in your computer. more workers, more jobs you can do at the same time .
The best source of information for school closings in the UnitedStates is usually the local T.V. and radio stations. Radio stationsalmost always announce the list of closings they receive every fewminutes. Television stations usually run an ongoing list ofclosings across the bottom of the screen or …show the list every fewminutes. Closings might also be posted on their websites andpossibly on the school district's or individual school's websites. (MORE)
If you know what you are, and aren't good at, you know what else to try, and what not to do. If you cannot sing you should not be a singer when you grow up, but if you can dance, show off yuor skill. God desinged you as your are, with your talents, use them!
Population density is very important to know for planning purposes.This will enable a government to come up with feasible manner ofdistributing resources.
It is important to know if a tornado is coming so you can get to a safe place such as a basement before it hits. If you have no warning and don't go for cover you are more likely to be injured or killed.
Is your question why is it important to know about k-pop? I'll answer
Proof reading is a systematic method to determine all errors in any draft manuscript before going to final print and eliminates all errors in word,language,grammar,structure,ambiguity or punctuation to make any written composition or work flaw free.It is important for all writers, publishers or inde…ed anyone who uses the written mode of communication. (MORE)
Jupiter is a gas giant planet that is in our solar system. It is the 5th farthest from the sun and has the colors red, white, tan, and yellow. Its days are ten hours long and takes 4332 Earth days to revolve around the sun. It is also the biggest planet in our solar system. It has one storm cloud on… it called the Great Red Spot. If hollow it could be filled with over 900 Earths. It has 17 moons with 4 of which are called the Galilean moons because Galileo, an astronomer who built the first telescope, discovered these. The largest moon orbiting Jupiter is called Ganymede. Ganymede is also bigger than Earth's moon. Hope this helps! Made by, Ethan Billard, Grade 4 Age 10 (MORE)
Let's define JUPITER Jupiter- is the biggest planet. Where in, all the happiest moments are put together and the right people are combined. It is far from the sun, that's why all the people here are so COOL. Jupiter is the only planet in which, all the FIRST TIME started. And that's why, the JUPITER… is the UNFORGETTABLE, the MEMORABLE, the HAPPIEST, and the BIGGEST family in the universe. I LOVE JUPITER FAMILY! (MORE)
Jupiter has a big red spot. It is not just any old spot though, it is some kind of on-going tornado. If you head directly to it & reach Jupiter's atmosphere, you will be sucked into the dot (or tornado) and probably die...
They didn't "know where to discover" Jupiter. Jupiter has beenknown since ancient times, since before there was astronomy.Jupiter is one of the brightest objects in the night sky, and canbe easily spotted without visual aid. Jupiter along with four otherplanets: Mercury, Venus, Mars, and Saturn, wer…e given specialrecognition by some of the earliest obseervers of the night skybecause they moved relative to the background of stars. (MORE)
Well, technically it has a surface, but I get your point. There isnothing actually solid on Jupiter, as it is a gas planet.
The Great Red Spot. It's "atmosperic" - land features are notobservable. Said to be a huge storm.