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Jupiter is a gas giant planet.

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Jupiter =] Jupiter is incorrect. It is considered a Gas Giant not a terrestrial planet. The answer is Mars with it's two known moons.

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Jupiter is one of the four gas giant planets, the outer planets.

No, Jupiter is a gas giant, with only a small rocky core.No. Jupiter is a gas planet, regardless of what year it is.

Mars is a terrestrial or rocky metallic planet. Jovian means Jupiter like, or gas giant.

Jupiter is first outer gas giant planets from the Sun. Jupiter is an outer planet, or "Jovian" planet, or non-terrestrial planets.

Mercury is a terrestrial (rocky) planet. The four gas giants in our solar system are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

Gas Giant. Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system, after Jupiter.

Mars is a terrestrial planet, not a gas giant planet.

Jupiter is a gas giant. HOWEVER, a comet smashed Into it some years back, so that would make it a rocky planet as well.

The Earth is terrestrial, inner, or a "rocky" planet, as opposed to being considered an outer planet or gas giant. The term "terrestrial" means Earth-like.

Mars is a terrestrial planet, not a gas giant. Mars is a terrestrial planet because the majority of it is rock, not gas.

Neptune is a gas giant. The outer four planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are all gas giants.

Mercury is a terrestrial planet.

Venus is a terrestrial planet

The opposite of terrestrial planet is gas giant

A terrestrial planet, Gas giant planets are made of gas....

The planet Pluto is not classified as a gas giant or a terrestrial planet. In fact it is a dwarf planet now.

Uranus along with Neptune, Saturn and Jupiter are all gas giants.

Any planet past the asteroid belt, which is between Mars and Jupiter, is considered a gas giant, except for Pluto. Although Pluto is no longer classified as a planet, when it used to be classified as such, it was the only rocky planet past the asteroid belt.

The planet Mars is terrestrial, which is to say it is similar to the Earth. It is not a gas giant.

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In short, no, as Jupiter is considered a 'gas giant' and as such does not have a well defined surface for volcanoes (or any terrestrial features) to form on.