Jupiter Jackie

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Jupiter Jackie

  1. 1. jupiterBy: Jackie E.
  2. 2. How many moons? Jupiter’s moons and satellites includeAdrasta, Aitne, Amaltha, Arankle, AoedeArche AutonoeCallirrhoe, Callisto, Carme, Charpo, Chaldene,Cyllene, Elara, Ennome, Euanthe, Eukelade, Euporie, Europa, Eurydome, and many noretheres about 64 moons.
  3. 3. The AtmosphereThe Atmosphere is a whirlingcloud of colored dust,hydrogen, helium, water , andammonia,
  4. 4.  Fifth planetJupiter is the fifth planet fromthe sun. At its closest, 370million miles (591 million km)
  5. 5. God named afterAncient astronomiers namedjupiter after king of Romongods.
  6. 6. Facts about jupiter The red spot is twice as big as the earth. When you look at jupiter we only see itscloud tops and jupiter appear in differentcolors when viewed through a telescope. The great red spot in jupiter is a storm thathas been going on for 300 years.
  7. 7. The great redspot.The great red spot is aintence windstorm largerthen the Earth, and the redspot is more than twice thesize of the Earth.
  8. 8. Bibliography http://abyss.uoregon.edu/~js/images/Jupiter.gif http://www.uri.edu/ce/faceit/astronomy/jupiter_c.gif http://kabbalahsecrets.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/solar-system1.jpg http://www.enchantedlearning.com/jgifs/Jupiterinside.Ghttp://

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