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  • Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System, fifth in order from the Sun. Muhxing shih Taihyarngxih zuih dah d xirngxing, corng Taihyarng pairlieh
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  • Jupiter follows Mars. Jupiter has high velocity winds confined in wide bands of latitude. It is most known for the great red spot which has been seen
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  • Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun. It is by far the largest planet, with a diameter of 142,984 kilometers (11.2 times that of Earth). Its mass
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  • The so called Jovian planets are named after Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System. They are also called the gas planets because they consist
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  • planets. In order from the Sun, they are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Shùyǐbǎiwànjì de wùtǐ wéirào Tàiyáng gōngzhuàn
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  • Jupiter was the most important and celebrated god of ancient Rome. Jupiter was the deity to which life, light and heavenly phenomenons were attributed
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  • Jupiter Pluvius     (Latin) Jupiter of the Rains. This was one of many epithets the ancient Romans gave to Jupiter. fidus Achates     (Latin) faithful
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  • The mass ratio of the Galilean satellites and Jupiter is similar, though they are further away from Jupiter and will thus displace the barycenter more.
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  • star 별 constellation 별자리 sun 태양 solar system 태양계 Mercury 수성 Venus 금성 Earth 지구 Mars 화성 Jupiter 목성 Saturn 토성 Uranus 천왕성 Neptune 해왕성 Pluto 명왕성 Comet 혜성
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  • géantes gazeuses (gas giants) Jupiter  /ʒy.pi.tɛʁ/ Jupiter Jupiter possède quatre gros satellites découverts par Galilée. Jupiter has four large moons discovered
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  • 15*mars:radius()) jupiter = celestia:find("Sol/Jupiter") celestia:select(jupiter) observers[4]:makeactiveview() observers[4]:gotodistance(jupiter, 15*jupiter:radius())
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  • 1. Jupiter orbits the Sun at a radius of around 7.8 x 1011m. The mass of Jupiter is 1.9 x 1027kg, and the mass of the Sun is 2.0 x 1030kg. What is the
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  • Earth: There is a concentration of small, rocky asteroids between Mars and Jupiter, which is known as the asteroid belt. There are hundreds of thousands of
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  • PSR B1620-26 and a planet orbiting it with a mass of 2.5 times that of Jupiter. In 1987 a millisecond pulsar was discovered in M4 with a period of 3.0
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  • The Inner Planets Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars The Outer Planets Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Other Bodies Dwarf planets Ceres Pluto Eris
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  • the Wide Brows Father Zeus Son of Cronos Lord of Hera Zeus of the Thunderbolt Father of Gods and Men Zeus on High The Sky Dweller The Olympian Jupiter
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  • The four planets farthest from the sun—Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune—are called the outer planets of our solar system. Figure 25.19 shows the relative
    19 KB (2,922 words) - 19:44, 6 April 2015
  • the earth and the humans who later inhabited it. The Romans knew Zeus as Jupiter. Emotional Control System  The sense of self enables power, freedom, and
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  • between Mars and Jupiter. Jupiter trojans share Jupiter's orbit around the Sun, and are located about 60° ahead of or behind Jupiter in their orbits.
    884 bytes (152 words) - 16:04, 13 December 2012
  • objects smaller than planets, whose orbits usually lie between Mars and Jupiter, although some venture close to the Sun and even pass dangerously close
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