Incredible NASA Simulated Flight Through Jupiter's Great Red Spot
The most famous storm in the solar system is also one of the largest: Jupiter's Great Red Spot. The storm is just a blemish on Jupiter, but if you compare it to the size of Earth — this storm could swallow our entire planet whole. In July, NASA Juno spacecraft flew over the spot and NASA then used that data to produce a simulated flight through the Great Red Spot. Following is a transcript of the video. NASA's Juno spacecraft is orbiting Jupiter. Recently, it flew over Jupiter's famous Great Red Spot. The Great Red Spot is a giant storm 1.3X the size of Earth that's been raging for hundreds of years. As Juno flew over the swirling vortex, it measured the storm's temperature and depth.NASA then used Juno's data to produce this simulation of what it would be like to fly into this massive storm. The storm is 50 to 100X deeper than Earth's oceans. As you dive deeper into the atmosphere the temperature increases. "The warmth of the spot's base explains the ferocious winds we see at the top of the atmosphere," said Andy Ingersoll, Juno co-investigator in a NASA statement.Wind speeds are greater than Earth's most powerful hurricanes. So, it's best that Juno keep its distance and simply enjoy the view from afar.Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider
Outward Bound: Colonizing Jupiter
Jupiter and its moon are a rarely considered prospect for colonization, but potentially the ripest opportunity for it in the solar system. In this episode of the Outward Bound series we will examine the options for colonizing each of Jupiter's primary moons and even discuss ways to colonize the giant planet itself.Visit our Website: http://www.isaacarthur.net
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Jupiter's Auroras 'Behaving Mysteriously' Says NASA
The northern and southern lights at each of the gas giant's poles "act independently of one another," according to NASA. This is not the case with Earth.Credit: NASA/CXC
A Quick Look at Jupiter's Auroras
A new study reveals the auroras -- a.k.a. the northern or southern lights – on Jupiter behave mysteriously.X-ray observations from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and ESA’s XMM-Newton showed something surprising.Unlike on Earth, the auroras on Jupiter at each pole act independently of one another.This is causing scientists to revisit their ideas for how Jupiter’s auroras are generated.In the future, scientists plan to combine data from Chandra, XMM-Newton, and the Juno spacecraft, which is currently orbiting Jupiter.They hope this reveals the source of this high-energy light show on the fifth planet from our Sun.
The Mystery Behind Jupiter's Powerful Auroras
Jupiter has the most powerful auroras in our solar system. However, when scientists looked closer, they didn't find what they expected.These Satellite Dishes Can See Electrons 100 km Away - https://youtu.be/OnlYZdRZ_pwFor a 30-day, unrestricted trial, go to https://www.freshbooks.com/seeker, and enter "Seeker" in the "How'd You Hear About Us" section.Read More:Jupiter's Auroras Present a Powerful Mystery
"Scientists on NASA's Juno mission have observed massive amounts of energy swirling over Jupiter's polar regions that contribute to the giant planet's powerful auroras - only not in ways the researchers expected."Wild Stratospheric Balloon Ride Shows No Link Between Auroras and Radiation Flux
"An incredible flight in March 2017 set out to see if there is any correlation between auroras over Fairbanks, Alaska, and radiation flux in the stratosphere. While the team behind the autonomous stratospheric balloon ride couldn't establish a link, they came away from the experience with plenty of stories to tell - a lost balloon, an airplane search, and a six-mile, one-way hike to rescue their data."NASA Captures 'Spectacular' Views of Auroras on Uranus
"Bright auroras light up the planet's atmosphere in two newly released photos, which combine observations by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and the agency's Voyager 2 probe. (Voyager 2 flew by Uranus in 1986 as part of a "grand tour" of the solar system's outer planets that the spacecraft performed with its twin, Voyager 1.)"____________________Seeker inspires us to see the world through the lens of science and evokes a sense of curiosity, optimism and adventure.Visit the Seeker website http://www.seeker.com/shows/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=seekerSubscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannelSeeker on Twitter http://twitter.com/seekerTrace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/tracedominguezSeeker on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SeekerMedia/Seeker http://www.seeker.com/This episode of Seeker was written and hosted by Trace Dominguez
Scientists Have Observed Something Unusual About Jupiter's X-Ray Auroras
Based on new research, scientists have observed something unusual about Jupiter's X-ray auroras.
Jupiter's Secrets - Exploring the Planet's Mysteries
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Climate on Jupiter - The Great Red Spot and Other Phenomenons
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Juno flies over Jupiter
This sequence of color-enhanced images shows how quickly the viewing geometry changes for NASA’s Juno spacecraft as it swoops by Jupiter. The images were obtained by JunoCam.Once every 53 days, Juno swings close to Jupiter, speeding over its clouds. In just two hours, the spacecraft travels from a perch over Jupiter’s north pole through its closest approach (perijove), then passes over the south pole on its way back out. This sequence shows 11 color-enhanced images from Perijove 8 (Sept. 1, 2017) with the south pole on the left (11th image in the sequence) and the north pole on the right (first image in the sequence).The first image on the right shows a half-lit globe of Jupiter, with the north pole approximately at the upper center of the image close to the terminator -- the dividing line between night and day. As the spacecraft gets closer to Jupiter, the horizon moves in and the range of visible latitudes shrinks. The second and third images in this sequence show the north polar region rotating away from the spacecraft's field of view while the first of Jupiter's lighter-colored bands comes into view. The fourth through the eighth images display a blue-colored vortex in the mid-southern latitudes near Points of Interest "Collision of Colours," "Sharp Edge," "Caltech, by Halka," and "Structure01." The Points of Interest are locations in Jupiter’s atmosphere that were identified and named by members of the general public. Additionally, a darker, dynamic band can be seen just south of the vortex. In the ninth and tenth images, the south polar region rotates into view. The final image on the left displays Jupiter's south pole in the center.From the start of this sequence of images to the end, roughly 1 hour and 35 minutes elapsed.
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Where did water come from in the universe? Research points to Jupiter or Saturn - TomoNews
BORDEAUX, FRANCE — A study published in the journal Icarus, suggest that Earth's water is a "simple byproduct" of giant planet growth.During the formation of gas giants such as Saturn or Jupiter, they enter a period of rapid growth. This destabilized nearby water-rich space rocks known as planetesimals[e], bringing them into the planetary orbit.Next, the gravity there would have propelled these to the inner or outer solar system.
The researchers speculate some were sent in an inward direction, toward some early form of Earth and seeded it with water.
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A Mysterious Power Source Fuels Jupiter Auroras
Astronomers are providing more insight into Jupiter's mysterious auroras.
Astronomers find origin of Jupiter's auroras
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Turbulent Orb | Exploratorium
Paul Doherty, Exploratorium Physicist, demonstrates and explains the exhibit "Turbulent Orb."
Extraterrestrial Superstorms | Space Time
Earth has its share of monster storms, but even our most powerful hurricanes are a breeze compared to the great, planet-sized tempests of the gas giants. LegalZoom is not a law firm or a substitute for the advice of an attorney. Get 15% off your next purchase at https://www.legalzoom.com/spacetime. ...You can further support us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/pbsspacetime
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dqtW...The great vortices of the Jovian planets are true storms, analogous in many ways to Earth’s hurricanes. There are, of course, some differences. For example, these storms are as big as entire planets. The largest and oldest storm in the solar system is Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, stretching an incredible two to three times the diameter of the planet Earth. Meanwhile the fastest winds ever measured, clocking fifteen hundred miles per hour, once raged in Neptune’s Great Dark Spot. Saturn’s Polar Vortex is a 20,000-mile-wide monster shaped like a hexagon. Even plain-looking Uranus hides USA-sized hurricanes below its methane haze. There are many unsolved mysteries surrounding these epic storms. We may be close to finding some answers, following the Juno spacecraft’s recent flyby of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot.Juno's interactive website: https://www.missionjuno.swri.edu/Written by Alexandra Yep and Matt O’Dowd
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TBS Archive - Jovian Moon Dance - Io and Ganymede - Speedlapse approx 3 hours
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Today in Space – August 5: Juno Spacecraft Launches to Jupiter
Hosted by Hanneke WeiteringOn Aug. 5, 2011, NASA launched the Juno spacecraft on a mission to study Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system. The robotic spacecraft lifted off on an Atlas 5 rocket from Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and spent the next five years making the 1.74-billion-mile trek to Jupiter. Since it arrived in Jupiter's orbit in 2016, Juno has taken the most amazing photos of Jupiter anyone has ever seen! But it has also taken plenty of scientific measurements to study Jupiter's composition, magnetic fields, weather patterns and more.
Voyager 2 Flies by Jupiter
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WHAT IF.....Earth was in Jupiter’s Roche Limit
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As Never Seen Before - Jupiter's Great Red Spot
NASA released images taken by the JunoCam that show Jupiter's Great Red Spot. NASA says the images represent the first close-up view of the iconic red storm that swirls above Jupiter. (July 13)Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress
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NASA's best images of Jupiter's Great Red Spot
NASA's Juno spacecraft sent back its closest images yet of Jupiter's Great Red Spot.Learn more about this story at www.newsy.com/70550/Find more videos like this at www.newsy.comFollow Newsy on Facebook: www.facebook.com/newsyvideos
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Jupiter's Great Red Spot seen by Juno
During its 10 July flyby, NASA's Juno spacecraft took images of Jupiter's Great Red Spot. Measuring 16,350 kilometers (10,159 miles) in width, Jupiter's Great Red Spot is 1.3 times as wide as Earth. The storm has possibly existed for more than 350 years, but recently the Great Red Spot appears to be shrinking.
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NASA snaps super close-ups of Jupiter's Great Red Spot
The photos are in, and they are out of this world.NASA scientists and space junkies on Wednesday got a front-row-seat look at Jupiter's Giant Red Spot, a mysterious area that has mesmerized stargazers for hundreds of years.Be Smarter. Faster. More Colorful and get the full story at https://usat.ly/2vez5V7***************************************************************************
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Neil deGrasse Tyson brilliantly explains Jupiter's Red Spot
Subscribe now to ScienceNET!Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson shows us how and why Jupiter's Red Spot can rage on for over 300 years with ease.
Today in Space – July 6: Discovery of Jupiter's Moon Lysithea
Hosted by Hanneke WeiteringIn 1938, an American astronomer named Seth Barnes Nicholson discovered Jupiter's moon Lysithea.
Nicholson spotted Lysithea from Mount Wilson Observatory in California, where he had previously discovered three more Jovian moons. This was the tenth moon astronomers had found at Jupiter. As of June 2017, sixty-nine moons have been found orbiting the giant gas planet.
Lysithea only measures about 11 miles in diameter and is part of Jupiter's Himalia group, which contains five irregular moons that follow similar orbits and are thought to have a common origin.
It was named after the mythological character Lysithea, daughter of the god Oceanus and one of the many lovers of the almighty Zeus.
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What We Don’t Know About Europa
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What has NASA's Juno discovered around Jupiter so far?
It's been one year since NASA's Juno spacecraft arrived at Jupiter. What has it seen? What has it discovered? Actually, quite a lot!I showcase some of the most amazing photos you will see of Jupiter, as well as discuss it's magnetic field, core, bands, aurora, atmosphere, storms and clouds.SUBSCRIBE for more videos about our other planets.
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Juno First Results from Jupiter; LIGO & Grav Waves Pt 3; Red Dwarf Flares; WFIRST Cost Troubles
This week, the first science results from the Juno spacecraft around Jupiter are in; the LIGO collaboration has discovered its third gravitational wave event; astronomers warn that flares from red dwarf stars may threaten any life on exoplanets in orbit around them; and NASA’s next big space observatory, the WFIRST mission, is facing a funding crisis.Links to this week's stories:
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This week, the first science results from the Juno spacecraft around Jupiter are in; the LIGO collaboration has discovered its third gravitational wave event; astronomers warn that flares from red dwarf stars may threaten any life on exoplanets in orbit around them; and NASA’s next big space observatory, the WFIRST mission, is facing a funding crisis.LIGO Finds Third Black Hole Merger via Gravitational Waves:
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The Expanse: Ganymede Station & The Galilean Moons
Spacedock returns to The Expanse after a short break to take a look at the moons of Jupiter as they exist in the 23rd Century.SUPPORT SPACEDOCK:
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NASA just released the first inside-look of Jupiter's rings
NASA's Juno spacecraft has been orbiting Jupiter since July, 2016. But only just recently have scientists had a chance to analyze all of its data — and the results are painting a different picture of Jupiter than what anyone expected.Juno is also returning images unlike any we've ever seen, including of Jupiter's ring system. Jupiter's rings may not be as pronounced as Saturn's, but its ring system still extends to an impressive 140,000 miles away from the giant gas planet. This video shows the first inside peak of Jupiter's rings — Juno snapped it when it was between the planet and the ring system.Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider
Amazing pictures of Jupiter from Juno
Images of swirling cyclones over Jupiter's poles have taken scientists by surprise. Read more: http://ow.ly/QJXJ30c4fZO
Oval Storms Dot Jupiter's Landscape In Stunning NASA Image
Check out this stunning enhanced color view of Jupiter released by NASA on Friday.
What Strange Power Source Makes Jupiter So Hot?
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Hubble Views Jupiter at Opposition
The Hubble Space Telescope observed Jupiter on April 3rd, 2017 - just days before Jupiter is in opposition on April 7th. This new image of Jupiter is part of Hubble's Outer Planets Atmospheres Legacy program, which is one of many ways Hubble provides science on the Jupiter system.Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/Katrina JacksonMusic credit: "Triangulate" by Gianluigi Gallo [PRS]; El Murmullo Sarao SGAE, Universal Sarao SGAE; SaraoMusic; Killer Tracks Production MusicThis video is public domain and along with other supporting visualizations can be downloaded from the Scientific Visualization Studio at: http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/12570If you liked this video, subscribe to the NASA Goddard YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/NASAExplorerOr subscribe to NASA’s Goddard Shorts HD Podcast: http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/vis/iTunes/f0004_index.htmlFollow NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center
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Juice’s journey to Jupiter
This animation shows the proposed trajectory of ESA’s Jupiter Icy Moons Explore (Juice) mission to Jupiter.Based on a launch in June 2022, the spacecraft will make a series of gravity-assist flybys at Earth (May 2023, September 2024 and November 2026), Venus (October 2023) and Mars (February 2025) before arriving in the Jupiter system in October 2029.The animation ends at the Jupiter orbit insertion point, but the planned 3.5 year mission will see Juice not only orbit Jupiter, but also make dedicated flybys of the moons Europa, Callisto and Ganymede, before orbiting the largest moon, Ganymede.More about Juice:
NASA Names Next Jupiter Mission Europa Clipper
The Europa Clipper spacecraft is the formal name of NASA's scheduled mission to orbit and observe Jupiter's moon Europa.
The mission will tour the moon from orbit.
Scheduled to launch in 2020, the spacecraft is named after a type of sailing ship developed in the 19th century.
Clippers were fast for their times, with a narrow hull for their long frames.
However, the space fairing vessel will not be taking tea out into the solar system, like the trading ships of old.
Instead, the Europa Clipper will conduct at least 40 flybys of Jupiter's moon as it gathers data and images.
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JUpiter ICy moons Explorer Mission
This animation shows the journey of the JUICE spacecraft to Jupiter. The proposed trajectory of JUICE is traced as a white line beginning inside Earth's orbit (shown in blue). By following the trajectory, it is possible to appreciate the gravity-assist strategy—a sequence of flybys of Earth, Venus, Earth, Mars, and again Earth—that is used during the 88-month cruise phase of the mission. As JUICE starts its first elliptical solar orbit, its distance to the Sun decreases. This results in an increase in speed—according to Kepler’s second law of planetary motion—and the spacecraft overtakes Earth. During this first orbit, JUICE has maximum speed at perihelion, when it is closest to the Sun, but loses speed as it approaches aphelion. By the time the first solar orbit is complete, Earth has caught up with JUICE and the first gravity-assist manoeuvre can be performed. At this point, the spacecraft is deflected towards Venus (whose orbit is shown in yellow) and it falls in the direction of the Sun, increasing speed. Crucially, each planetary flyby also causes orbital angular momentum to be transferred from the planet to the spacecraft. The acquisition of planetary angular momentum causes JUICE to further increase speed and is the key to the flight strategy. At launch, JUICE will not have sufficient fuel for a direct transit to Jupiter and therefore a series of planetary flybys is essential to allow the spacecraft to incrementally gain enough energy to reach its destination. After passing Venus, JUICE makes subsequent flybys of Earth, Mars (whose orbit is depicted in red), and Earth again before its rendezvous with Jupiter in October 2029. The animation ends at the Jupiter orbit insertion point, so only the first set of gravity-assist manoeuvres that have been choreographed by ESA flight dynamics experts are shown. The acronym JUICE stands for JUpiter ICy moons Explorer. The main goals of the mission are to explore the habitable zone around Jupiter, and to study the Jupiter system as an archetype of gas giants. To achieve its scientific objectives JUICE will fly past the three icy moons, Callisto, Europa, and Ganymede, and characterise the Jovian system, the planet, and its magnetosphere, before being inserted into orbit around Ganymede, Jupiter’s largest moon. The scenario foreseen for a June 2022 launch of JUICE on an Ariane 5, from Kourou in French Guiana, is as follows:The first Earth flyby will be at a distance of 12 700 km in May 2023;
JUICE will fly past Venus at a distance of 9500 km in October 2023;
the next Earth flyby will be the closest, at 1950 km in September 2024;
then JUICE will fly past Mars at a distance of 1100 km in February 2025;
before the final flyby, which will be 3700 km from Earth in November 2026.JUICE will arrive at Jupiter in October 2029.
Juno Captures Image Of A Stormy Jupiter Atmosphere
After launching back in 2011, NASA's Juno spacecraft arrived at it's destination last June.
Set on a course for Jupiter, the craft took years to reach the gas giant, but June is in the planet's orbit and taking stunning images.
One of the latest released by NASA depicts the planet's swirling and stormy atmosphere.
The close-up image captures streams of clouds spinning off a rotating cloud system shaped like an oval.
The storm is in Jupiter's southern hemisphere.
The craft snapped the image back on Feb. 2nd.
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NASA Spacecraft Juno Still Orbiting Jupiter
NASA says its Juno spacecraft will continue orbit Jupiter in a large, elliptical 53 earth day orbit due to complications preventing an orbit closer to the large planet
Juno’s Latest Close Flyby of Jupiter on This Week @NASA – February 3, 2017
NASA’s Juno spacecraft made its latest close flyby of Jupiter Feb. 2 -- passing about 2,700 miles above the planet’s clouds. This was the fourth close flyby since Juno began orbiting Jupiter last year on July 4. During these close passes instruments on the spacecraft probe beneath the cloud cover to collect scientific data about the planet's structure, atmosphere and magnetosphere. This information could help us better understand the planetary systems being discovered around other stars. Also, Cassini Sees Saturn’s Rings in Greater Detail, The Most Extreme Blazars, NASA at Super Bowl Event, NASA at NBA Black Heritage Celebration, and
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Jupiter - King of the Planets
Jupiter is the fifth planet from our sun and the largest planet in the solar system. Jupiter's stripes and swirls are cold, windy clouds of ammonia and water. The atmosphere is mostly hydrogen and helium, and its iconic Great Red Spot is a giant storm bigger than Earth that has raged for hundreds of years.Jupiter is surrounded by more than 50 moons (with more a dozen more awaiting confirmation). Scientists are most interested in the Galilean satellites — the four largest moons discovered by Galileo Galilei in 1610: Europa, Callisto, Ganymede and Io. Jupiter also has three rings, but they are very hard to see and not nearly as intricate as Saturn's.Jupiter is named for the king of ancient Roman gods.
Slap You with Science: Jupiter’s Giant Storm
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What if Jupiter Orbited a Black Hole?!
Hello! Today we'll be testing a suggestion from "Uğur Ersa" asking what would happen if we throw a black hole at Jupiter, since object collisions with black holes are a bit anti-climactic in this game I decided to also show the black hole tearing Jupiter apart in it's roche limit, forming a beautiful "accretion disk."I actually recorded this yesterday but I stayed in bed most of the day so I didn't get around to uploading it.Want this game?!: http://store.steampowered.com/app/230290/
10 Amazing Facts About Jupiter Moon Io
Io is the innermost of the four Galilean moons of the planet Jupiter. It is the fourth-largest moon, has the highest density of all the moons, and has the least amount of relative water of any known object in the Solar System.
Juno's Approach to Jupiter
After nearly five years traveling through space to its destination, NASA's Juno spacecraft will arrive in orbit around Jupiter on July 4, 2016. This video shows a peek of what the spacecraft saw as it closed in on its destination. Jupiter is visible along with the four Galilean moons: Callisto, Ganymede, Europa and Io. The images were taken prior to June 30, 2016, when the JunoCam camera and science instruments were turned off to prepare the spacecraft for the daring orbit insertion maneuver.
What Happened to the Juno Spacecraft?
NASA’s Juno spacecraft is a trooper as it continues its 2-year-long mission.Hosted by: Hank Green
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Sky at Night - Mission to Jupiter - 1995
Listen and watch the legendary Patrick Moore discuss a Mission to Jupiter. First broadcast 10th December 1995
The Planet Jupiter Song | Planet Songs for Children | Jupiter Song for Kids | Silly School Songs
Learn all kinds of fun facts about Jupiter with this fun and funky planet song for kids! For more information and music, visit http://sillyschoolsongs.comLyrics:Jupiter, fifth planet from the Sun
In our solar system
Jupiter is the biggest oneJupiter, fifth planet from the Sun
In our solar system
Jupiter is the biggest oneNow Jupiter was named after an ancient Roman god
When they saw that big fat planet in the sky
I'm sure they thought it was odd, huh!
Hey man, you're messing up our song!
I apologize, huh!
Now let's get back to our regularly scheduled songJupiter, the very first gas giant
Jupiter, it's also a stormy planet
Jupiter, it has a Great Red Spot
Jupiter, storms happen there a lot
It's 86,881 miles in diameter
And -284 degrees is its temperature!!!
It's 484 million miles away from the Sun
Jupiter, its size can't be outdone!Jupiter, fifth planet from the Sun
In our solar system
Jupiter is the biggest oneJupiter, fifth planet from the Sun
In our solar system
Jupiter is the biggest oneJupiter, it's called the king of the planets
Jupiter, all the other planets could fit inside of it!
Jupiter, its days are 10 hours long
Jupiter, over 60 moons call it their home
It has dark red bands called belts, and lighter bands called zones
Jupiter and all of its moons could make a solar system all their own
It takes 4,333 days to go around the Sun
And its atmosphere is made of hydrogen and heliumJupiter, fifth planet from the Sun
In our solar system
Jupiter is the biggest oneJupiter, fifth planet from the Sun
In our solar system
Jupiter is the biggest oneJupiter, it has a lot of mass
Jupiter, it's a big fat ball of gas
Jupiter, it has a lot of mass
Jupiter, it's a big fat ball of gasCopyright 2016 Silly School Songs. All Rights Reserved.Photo credits:http://www.nasa.gov/
Is Jupiter A Failed Star? | Astronomic
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