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FC: Jupiter By: Anna Arnold, Lauryn Barnes, and Sarah Butterfield
1: Jupiter By: Anna Arnold, Lauryn Barnes, and Sarah Butterfield
2: Basic Facts - Jupiter is the sixth planet from the sun. - Jupiter is the largest of all the planets by far. -Jupiter can fit over a 1,000 Earths in it. - Jupiter has a a spot called The Great Red Spot and it was made by a storm. - Jupiter has rings but they are too thin to see from Earth.
3: The Great Red Spot - Three Earths can fit inside the Great Red Spot. - The Great Red Spot's color is a brick red to a brownish. - The Great Red Spot was created by a big storm. - The storm has lasted for 400 years and is still going on.
4: Miles and Years - Jupiter takes 12 Earth years to go around the sun - Distance from sun: About 484 million miles (778 million km). - 11 Earths can fit around Jupiter's diameter: 88,846 miles. Fun Facts - Jupiter is about 90% hydrogen and 10% helium. - Jupiter spins faster than any other planet. - Jupiter is the 4th brightest star in the sky. - Jupiter's surface is mostly made of red, yellow, brown, and white clouds.
5: The Great Red Spot | Jupiter | Snap Shot