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:: JUPITER ::

 
Metric
Scientific Notation
By Comparison
Discovered By Known by the Ancients
Date of Discovery Unknown
Average Distance from the Sun 778,412,020 km 7.7841202 x 108 km (5.20336 A.U.) 5.023 x Earth
Perihelion (closest) 740,742,600 km 7.407426 x 108 km (4.952 A.U.) 5.036 x Earth
Aphelion (farthest) 816,081,400 km 8.160814 x 108 km (5.455 A.U.) 5.366 x Earth
Equatorial Radius 71,492 km 7.1492 x 104 km 11.209 x Earth
Equatorial Circumference 449,197 km 4.49197 x 105 km -
Volume 1,425,500,000,000,000 km3 1.4255 x 1015 km3 1316 x Earth
Mass 1,898,700,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg 1.8987 x 1027 kg 317.82 x Earth
Density 1.33 g/cm3 - 0.241 x Earth
Surface Area 62,179,600,000 km2 6.21796 x 1010 km2 121.9 x Earth
Equatorial Surface Gravity 20.87 m/s2 - If you weigh 100 pounds on Earth, you would weigh 214 pounds on Jupiter
Escape Velocity 214,300 km/h 59,540 m/s 5.33 x Earth
Sidereal Rotation Period
(Length of Day)
0.41354 Earth days 9.925 hours - 0.4147 x Earth
Sidereal Orbit Period
(Length of Year)
11.8565 Earth years 4330.6 Earth days - -
Mean Orbit Velocity 47,051 km/h 13,069.7 m/s 0.0439 x Earth
Orbital Eccentricity 0.04839 - 2.90 x Earth
Orbital Inclination to Ecliptic 1.305 degrees - -
Equatorial Inclination to Orbit 3.12 degrees - 0.0178 x Earth
Orbital Circumference 4,774,000,000 km 4.774 x 109 km 5.165 x Earth
Effective Temperature -148 °C 125 K
Atmospheric Constituents Hydrogen, Helium H2, He
natural satelites 1. Io   2. Europa 3. Ganymede 4. Callisto   5. Amalthea   6. Himalia   7. Elara   8. Pasiphae   9. Sinope   10. Lysithea   11. Carme   12. Ananke   13. Leda   14. Thebe   15. Adrastea   16. Metis   17. Callirrhoe   18. Themisto   19. Megaclite   20. Taygete   21. Chaldene   22. Harpalyke   23. Kalyke   24. Iocaste   25. Erinome   26. Isonoe   27. Praxidike   28. Autonoe   29. Thyone   30. Hermippe   31. Aitne   32. Eurydome   33. Euanthe   34. Euporie   35. Orthosie   36. Sponde   37. Kale   38. Pasithee   39. Hegemone   40. Mneme   41. Aoede   42. Thelxinoe   43. Arche   44. Kallichore   45. Helike   46. Carpo   47. Eukelade   48. Cyllene   49. Kore   50. Herse

  1. S/2003 J2   2. S/2003 J3   3. S/2003 J4   4. S/2003 J5   5. S/2003 J9   6. S/2003 J10   7. S/2003 J12   8. S/2003 J15   9. S/2003 J16   10. S/2003 J18   11. S/2003 J19   12. S/2003 J23   13. S/2010 J 1   14. S/2010 J 2   15. S/2011 J1   16. S/2011 J2

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