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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Planet Jupiter The immense volume of Jupiter could hold more than 1,300 Earths. It has an equatorial diameter of 143,000 km. The temperature in the clouds of Jupiter is about minus 145 degrees Celsius (minus 234 degrees Fahrenheit) The temperature near the planet's center is much, much hotter. The core temperature may be about 24,000 degrees Celsius . If a person could stand on the clouds at the top of Jupiter's atmosphere, the force of gravity he or she would feel would be about 2.4 times the force of gravity on the surface of Earth.A person who weighs 100 pounds on Earth would weigh about 240 pounds on Jupiter. There is no firm surface on Jupiter, so if you tried to stand on the planet, you sink down and be crushed by the intense pressure inside the planet. Jupiter rotates, or spins, faster than any other planet. One rotation equals one day. Jupiter's day is only about 10 hours long.Jupiter's orbit is elliptical, or oval-shaped. It takes 12 Earth years for Jupiter to make one revolution around the sun, so a year on Jupiter is equal to 12 years on Earth. One of Jupiter's most famous features is the Great Red Spot.It is a giant spinning storm, resembling a hurricane. Jupiter is a very windy planet. Winds range from 192 mph to more than 400 mph. Fittingly, it was named after the king of the gods in Roman mythology. In a similar manner, the ancient Greeks named the planet after Zeus, the king of the Greek pantheonJupiter is 741 million km or 4.95 astronomical units(AU) from the Sun. Jupiters color are shades of white, orange, brown and red More than 60 moons have been discovered orbiting Jupiter. Jupiter has faint, narrow rings. Jupiter is composed of hydrogen and helium It takes 9hr. and 55min. for Jupiter to orbit the sun Jupiter has been known to exist since the prehistoric times, 7th or 8th century B.C.Jupiter rotates on its axis,and it rotates counter clockwise The Great Red Spot is a huge storm on Jupiter: it has raged for at lest 350 years.It is so large that three earths could fit in side itYes Jupiter can be viewed from earth.
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