Interesting Facts about Jupiter?

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There are many interesting facts about the planet Jupiter. Jupiter is so large that if it ever got any bigger, it would wind up being smaller. It sounds impossible, but adding mass to this planet would make it so dense that it would pull in on itself. Another interesting fact is that Jupiter spins faster than any other planet in our Solar System.
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Jupiter
The fifth planet from the Sun in the Earth's solar system. Jupiter has been known since prehistoric times.
Diameter: 142,984 kilometers Mass: kilograms
Length of Day: 9.9 hours Length of Year: 4331 days
Mean Temperature: -110°C (-166°F) Number of Moons: 64
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