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    Jupiter by Sarah Jupiter by Sarah Presentation Transcript

    • Jumbo Jupiter By Sarah Sallee
    • Facts
      • My planets name is Jupiter.
      • Jupiter is named after the King of the Gods.
      • Jupiter is the 5 th planet from the sun.
      • It is 480 million miles from the sun.
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    • More Facts
      • It rotates for 10 hours.
      • The orbit is 12 Earth years.
      • Jupiter has 60 known moons maybe more?
      • It has so much gas that it has an unknown surface.
      • Jupiter’s atmosphere is made of hydrogen and belium.
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    • Interesting Facts
      • Did you know that Jupiter is 520 meters from the sun?
      • If Jupiter was hollow it would be able to fit 1,300 Earths inside of it.
      • Jupiter is the fastest spinning planet in the Solar System!
      • Jupiter is the largest planet to.
      • Did you know Jupiter spins at 8 miles persecond (13 km).
      • Jupiter’s winds are so strong that they blow at 370 miles (595 km) per hour!
      • Jupiter’s diameter (km’s) is 6,880.
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    • Flash Facts
      • Jupiter’s is 778,000,000 km from the sun.
      • Jupiter’s rotation of a day is 9 hours and 50 minutes.
      • Did you know that Jupiter’s striping is made by gas?
      • Jupiter is mostly made of thick clouds and gas.
      • Jupiter is uauasally called a Gas Giant.
      • Jupiter’s rings were discovered by the Voyager-1 space probe in 1979.