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=Jupiter has one ring going all around it.=

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approximately 63 natural satellites are revolving around the BIG Jumbo "Jupiter".


Yes, Jupiter has many satellites.


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Jupiter has 63 confirmed moons orbiting it. The first 4 discovered orbiting it were discovered by Galileo Galilie in the 15th century.


A planet that has an orbiting ring around it is saturn although there are many other planets with rings saturn has the largest ring!! Fun fact jupiter also has a ring but its to clear to see it in any pictures!


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if your talking about the ones that Saturn and Jupiter have well then earth has no rings around it


Jupiter has AT LEAST 72 moons and I don't know how many rings. I love astronomy!


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10 -------- Jupiter has 67 known moons in orbit.


Jupiter, With 63 Moons Orbiting it.


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Yes because that is how many have been recorded so far...but there most likely are more moons orbiting Jupiter...you never know..but like i said there have been 63 satellites orbiting Jupiter.



There are three rings I don't know about satellites


it was about 63 rings and 4 large rings.