it has a heavy atmosphere
Jupiter has a variable pressure depending upon the distance away from the planets core. It increases in the atmosphere and decreases on the way down to the solid core.
Jupiter has an atmosphere. Actually all the planet except the small core is one big atmosphere.
Yes. Jupiter is essentially all atmosphere. It's atmosphere mostly made of Hydrogen and helium
Jupiter is a gas giant, so yes. Its atmosphere is thick and chaotic with storms.
The atmosphere of Jupiter is mainly made up of 89% hydrogen.
Well, Jupiter is a ball of gas, not a solid planet like Earth. The only thing below the atmosphere of Jupiter is gas!
no, it cant... because Jupiter have an atmosphere of hydrogen, helium, methane, ammonia, carbon monoxide, ethane, acytelene, phosphine,and water vapor
it has an atmosphere
Well, Jupiter is a gas giant and the largest planet in our system. But, im still confused when you say "heavy" atmosphere can you clarify??
The type of atmosphere found in Jupiter is mostly made up of hydrogen. Jupiter does not any solid surface and this is why it is known as a gaseous planet.
Yes it has an atmosphere of ammonia crystals
Yes. It is essentially all atmosphere.
The atmosphere of Jupiter is made out of hydrogen, helium, methane, and other poisonous gases which are unbreathable by humans.
The planet Jupiter does have lots of methane in its atmosphere.
No, Jupiter cannot support life. Jupiter cannot support life because it has no atmosphere and also because the pressure is really strong on Jupiter and anything that enters its atmosphere would be crushed.It has little water. Umm, nu-huh... Jupiter CAN support life, just not any life that is present in the Earth system. There are many possibilities for life to exist in the Jupiter system, although none have as yet been detected. Jupiter DOES have an atmosphere, the planet is predominated by it. Jupiter DOES have water... in it's atmosphere.
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Jupiter is a gas planet. Its atmosphere is mainly comprised of hydrogen.
Jupiter is believed to be almost entirely atmosphere. It is hypothesized that Jupiter has a small core of ice, rock, and metals. Between the upper atmosphere of clouds and the core there are layers of compressed hydrogen gas and liquid metallic hydrogen.
Actually, Jupiter has a very thick atmosphere. Without one, it wouldn't be able to produce the storms it does, such as the "Big Red Spot." The thick lines you see on Jupiter are evidence of its atmosphere.
The clouds of gas in the atmosphere The clouds of gas in the atmosphere