90percent hydrogen 10percent helium
The composition of Jupiter is mainly gases. Hydrogen takes up about 88% of the atmosphere while the remaining percentage is helium.
The composition of Jupiter's atmosphere is 90% Hydrogen and 10% Helium.
90% Hydrogen10% Helium
Planet composition of Jupiter? really? or composition of planet jupiter? they are different in meaning.......
Jupiter's atmosphere is comprised of about 90 percent hydrogen and 10 percent helium. Jupiter is a gas giant and has no real solid surface.
Helium and nitrogen from the atmosphere like Jupiter and may not have a very common composition like other planets. (liquid iron core)
The Answer is: Jupiter.Jupiter
No, the composition of the atmosphere stays the same.
earth has people in it's atmosphere
the composition of Europa's atmosphere is mostly your idiocracy, and stupidity.
it has a heavy atmosphere
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
There is no atmosphere on the moon -_-
A comet has no atmosphere.
The composition of Jupiter's atmosphere is quite different from Earth's--Jupiter is composed mostly of hydrogen and helium, the same elements that make up most stars. In fact, we expect that Jupiter has basically the same composition as the Sun. Like the Sun, Jupiter has its own heat source, but Jupiter's heat comes from heat left over from the formation of the planet 4.5 billion years ago, and heat produced today due to the slight contraction of the planet under its own gravity. This means that Jupiter's composition might be very much like the original solar nebula from which it--and the solar system--formed, so investigating Jupiter's atmosphere is a way for us to investigate the early solar system.
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!
The moon doesn't have an atmosphere.
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.