Jupiter largest planet of the solar syatem

Its diameter is 88,846 and the rotation is 43,000.

Its average distance from the sun is the fifth planet and the solar system.

The planet got its name from the Romans but the name turned out to be fitting.

The temperature range of temperature -The temperature is 34,000 f and the lowest is 19,000 c.

( Interesting facts )

1. Looking through a telescope you can easily see the two main features.

2. Jupiter has rings around it like Saturn they're too thin and faint to be seen from the Earth.

3. Jupiter also has at least 66 moons.

4. The Great Red spot art below is at 350 years old.

Credits:

Created with images by kvanhees940 - "jupiter science class craft" • TBIT - "jupiter sky space" • Efraimstochter - "chalk drawing celestial body school material" • nigelhowe - "Jupiter" • nigelhowe - "Jupiter" • skeeze - "solar system planets space" • Stephen Adrian Hill - "Changing Jupiter" • European Southern Observatory - "Jupiter imaged using the VISIR instrument on the VLT" • WikiImages - "jupiter planet atmosphere"

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