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What Does Jupiter Look Like?

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Jupiter is red, brown and a whole range of colours if you look at it through a telescope. It has HUNDREDS of rings, but most say Jupiter has only a few!
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Jupiter is a Gas Giant made up of Hydrogen ,Helium,Water,Nitrogen and other Gases over a small Rock Core.The Atmosphere is dominated by powerful winds,lightning and storms.One
of its more interesting features is its Red Spot.It is a huge Storm that has been going on now
for almost 400 years.The winds inside this storm reach speeds up to 270mph.It has a huge
diameter of about 15,400 miles.Almost twice the size of Earth.
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Because the majority of Jupiter's volume is its dense gaseous atmosphere, the planet has a "striped" appearance, the various latitudes appearing gray, brown and orange. Clouds circle the planet at very high speeds, up to 360 km/hr, and white "storms" spin off intermittently. The largest of these storms is a long-lived "red spot" as big as Earth.
Barely a point of light without a telescope, it looks golden-brownish with slight magnification.
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Jupiter's surface is a sea of yellowish cloud tops that roil with winds continually circling the great planet. The gales whip around the equator at double our hurricane speeds (340 mph, 550 km/h).
It's windy here, and cold. The temperature on the surface is about -235 degrees F (-150 C), which is twice as cold as the coldest spot in Antarctica.

Surface clouds form alternating bands of color, which speed in opposite directions, like passing trains. Yellow bands are the tops of great convective bubbles buoyed by a gas and liquid-hydrogen 'soup' heated by Jupiter's 36,000-degree F (20 000 C) core. Reddish brown bands are lower cloud layers that ride descending convective currents. Yellow-band clouds blow easterly and red-band ones whip across the planet westerly. Fierce tornados rage between bands.
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It has no surface but it is windy and covered with yellowish clouds
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Gas, helium, hydrogen.
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It is a big giant ball of gas covered rocky surface. There is lots of sandstorms and hurricanes. It's Red Spot is a big hurricane.
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It looks like a big red dot and has a massave 'red dot' and if you put all the planets into a big mixure it still wont be big enough to beet it.
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Its a big gas planet its red and brown and orange mixed with striped its a cool planet
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It looks very colorful when light is darkness and sun is put together makes a betuiful

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