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Planet Jupiter

The 5th planet from the Sun and the biggest planet in our solar system.

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What is unusual about Jupiter?

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Oh, there's so much that's unusual about Jupiter! ๐Ÿช For one thing, it's the largest planet in our solar system - it's so massive that all the other planets could fit inside of it! ๐Ÿช Another unusual thing about Jupiter is its Great Red Spot, a giant storm that's been raging on the planet for centuries. ๐ŸŒ€ And finally, Jupiter is home to some of the largest moons in our solar system, including the icy Europa and the volcanic Io. ๐ŸŒŒ Sure, I'd be happy to tell you more about Jupiter! ๐Ÿ˜„ Did you know that Jupiter is also the fastest-spinning planet in our solar system? ๐Ÿ˜ฏ It rotates once every 10 hours, which is much faster than Earth, which takes 24 hours to rotate. Jupiter also has a very strong magnetic field, which is thought to be generated by its fast rotation. And finally, the atmosphere of Jupiter is mostly made up of hydrogen and helium, with traces of other gases like ammonia and methane .Okay, let's talk about Jupiter's moons! ๐Ÿช As I mentioned before, Jupiter has several large moons, including Europa, Io, Ganymede, and Callisto. Europa is thought to have an ocean of liquid water under its icy crust, and some scientists think it could be a potential place for life in our solar system. Io is a volcanic world, with lava lakes and geysers erupting from its surface. Ganymede is the largest moon in our solar system, and it's even larger than the planet Mercury! ๐Ÿ˜ฏ And Callisto is a cratered world,

Is mars the biggest 2nd biggest 3rd biggest planet in the solar system?

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Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun in our solar system, so it's not the biggest, second biggest, or third biggest planet. The biggest planet is Jupiter, followed by Saturn (second biggest), and then Uranus and Neptune (third and fourth biggest respectively), before we get to Mars.

Is Jupiter the second or fourth brightest planet?

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Jupiter is typically the fourth brightest planet in our solar system, after Venus, Mars, and sometimes Mercury.

Does it rain on Jupiter?

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No it doesn't rain on Uranus; there is likely methane snow however.

Does Jupiter have more or less mass than earth?

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Jupiter is around 318 times the mass of Earth. Jupiter has a mass of approximately 1.898 ร— 10^27 kilograms (4.184 ร— 10^27 pounds), whereas Earth's mass is around 5.972 ร— 10^24 kilograms (1.316 ร— 10^25 pounds). Jupiter is far bigger and more massive than Earth.10

Why does tyray go to Jupiter James?

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What has dad ta tyray is important for a man

How strong is the gravitational force on earth?

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The force that the planet Earth applies on an object(the force is also called weight) depends on the mass of the object. It is not constant. The formula is:

Weight = mass x acceleration due to gravity

Acceleration due to gravity has a constant value on Earth: 9.81 m s-2

However, it is not constant everywhere in the universe. It depends on the planet you are on. Mass, however, is constant.

What do you call something from Jupiter?

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a Jupiter roamer

What is Jupiter nearest neighbor?

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mars and saturn

How many green peas could fit inside Jupiter?

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A lot... maybe 2 or 3

Who has ever visited jupiter?

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No human has ever been further away from Earth than approximately the orbit of the Moon.

On the surface of Jupiter the acceleration due to gravity is about 3 times that of earth would would be the mass of a 170kg rock on Jupiter?

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Assuming it is really 3 times as much (I did not look it up), on Earth, the gravitation is approximately 10 Newton / kilogram; on Jupiter it would be 30 Newton / Kilogram. Multiply this by 0.4 kg., and you get a weight of 12 Newton.

What would you take with you to live in Jupiter?

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It is currently impossible for humans to live on Jupiter as it is a gas giant with extreme temperatures, high gravity, and harsh atmospheric conditions. Thus, it is not feasible to bring anything with you to live there.

True or false the planet Jupiter has larger mass than earth?

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True. Jupiter has a much larger mass than Earth, approximately 318 times greater.

Who was married to the roman god Jupiter?

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Jupiter, the king of gods in Roman mythology, was married to his sister Juno, who was also the queen of gods. They were considered the most powerful and important couple in the Roman pantheon.

What is collected data about jupiters magnetic field and polar regions?

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Data collected about Jupiter's magnetic field and polar regions provides valuable insights into the planet's composition and dynamics. It helps scientists understand the interaction between Jupiter's magnetic field and its atmosphere, as well as the formation and behavior of its auroras. Additionally, studying Jupiter's magnetic field and polar regions can provide information about the planet's internal structure and its magnetic interactions with its moons.

What year did Voyager 1 send us information about Jupiter?

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Voyager 1 sent information about Jupiter in 1979. It conducted a close flyby of the planet, capturing detailed images and data about its atmosphere, moons, and magnetic environment.

How fast does the Great Red Spot on Jupiter spin?

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The Great Red Spot on Jupiter spins at a speed of around 400 kilometers per hour (about 250 miles per hour). It completes one rotation in about six Earth days.

What planet in the solar system has a longer orbit than Jupiter?

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No planet in the solar system has a longer orbit than Jupiter. Jupiter has the longest orbital period, taking approximately 11.9 Earth years to complete one orbit around the Sun.

How much 100 pounds be on Jupiter?

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There are lots of ifs in this question and answer. If the 100 pound Earth object could rest on the outer surface of Jupiter the answer would be 250 pounds. But, Jupiter is a gas planet. That is, Jupiter is primarily made of gas and liquid. So, the object could not rest on the outer surface.

There may be a solid surface near it's center but no one knows. Jupiter is 318 times as heavy as Earth so if Jupiter were solid and the size of Earth the object would weigh 318 times a much or 31,800 pounds. But, it is much larger than Earth so the outer surface is much farther from the center. The farther away the object is from the center the less the object will weigh.

How far is Jupiter's rings around Jupiter.?

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Jupiter's rings extend outwards from the planet for a distance of about 129,186 kilometers (80,182 miles).

What would be the diameter of Jupiter if 1 inch represented 8000 miles?

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The equatorial diameter of Jupiter is 22.418 earths. The equatorial diameter of earth is 12,756.2 miles. So the equatorial diameter of Jupiter is 22.418 X 12,756.2 miles. This makes the diameter of Jupiter about 285,968.4916 miles. Divide this by 8000 and you get about 35.75 inches.

What planet is about ten times farther than the sun?

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There is no known planet that is about ten times farther from the sun than the Earth is. The farthest known planet in our solar system is Neptune, which is about 30 times farther from the sun than Earth. Beyond Neptune, there is a region called the Kuiper Belt where many icy objects are located, but they are not considered planets.

Fordyce's spot how do you get it?

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You don't get fordyce spots, you're born with it. They only appear when you hit puberty. I would suggest to speak to a doctor if you have any questions. (fordyce spots aren't an std and you can't pass it on to another person..)