What are the differences between Mars and Jupiter?
MARS- inner planet solid core JUPITER- outer planet gas giant
Asked in Planetary Science, Planet Jupiter, The Moon
Can you go on the planet Jupiter?
You cannot go on the planet Jupiter for several reasons: 1) It is almost impossible for humans to travel to Mars, so impossible to travel to Jupiter. 2)Jupiter is one of the "gas" planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune) and although it has a solid or semi-solid core, there is mostly swirling gas and perhaps liquid covering the planet. ...
Asked in Planet Jupiter, Population
How many people could live on Jupiter compared to the population of Earth?
Jupiter is a gas giant planet and has essentially no solid surface so no people could live on Jupiter. If Jupiter were magically a solid planet with earth's gravity, climate and resources but the size of the real planet Jupiter, it cold probably support 100 times as many people as the Earth currently does. ...
Asked in Planet Jupiter
What plants are on Jupiter?
I can tell you that there is NO life on that planet named Jupiter. Jupiter is a gaseous planet with terrible winds and terrible noxious gases and unsupportable pressures, plus it has no solid surface. Please note: It is postulated that Jupiter does have a solid core, but pressure & gravity are high enough that it is considered degenerate matter. ...