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What is the orbiting path of Jupiter?

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May 27, 2009 2:17AM

The orbit of Jupiter about the sun has roughly the shape of an ellipse with a semi-major axis of 778,547,200 km and an eccentricity of 0.048775.

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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.

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Yes, Jupiter has many satellites.

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Asteroids are the objects orbiting the sun between Mars and Jupiter. (The Asteroid Belt is between Mars and Jupiter.)

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Jupiter has the most moons orbiting it

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16 moons are orbiting Jupiter 16 is the answer i learned this from my science book and my teacher.

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The Orbital Path of Jupiter is Elliptical

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No, Jupiter has 63 moons, not just one.

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Because Ganymede is orbiting Jupiter whereas planets are orbiting the sun

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No, it is the largest moon Orbiting Saturn.

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Orbiting planet Jupiter

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The group of objects orbiting the sun between Jupiter and Mars is called The Asteroid Belt.

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The smallest moons are S/2003 J9 and S/2003 J12, orbiting Jupiter. The biggest moon is Ganymede, also orbiting Jupiter.

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Moons. Mars has two moons, whereas Jupiter has at least 63.

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

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=Jupiter has one ring going all around 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.

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Jupiter is the biggest planet in our Solar System. There are larger planets than Jupiter orbiting other stars.

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Jupiter, With 63 Moons Orbiting it.

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they are the four biggeset moons orbiting Jupiter

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Jupiter. The "Galilean" moons are the four largest moons, which are so large that Galileo was able to see them orbiting Jupiter even with his relatively modest telescope.

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Discounting ring systems, Jupiter is thought to have the most moons orbiting it (in our solar system).

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

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No, Ganymede is the largest moon orbiting Jupiter, which is also the largest moon in the solar system

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no he used the telescope to observe the moons orbiting Jupiter and satern