How Big Is Jupiter?

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Jupiter is 141,700 kilometers in diameter while earth is only 12,800 kilometers in diameter. Jupiter is 11 times bigger in diameter than Earth.
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Condensations of Ices meant that there was more solid material. · Planetesimals that accreted in the outer solar system contained large amounts of ice in addition to metal
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Jupiter's mass is 1.9x10^27 kg, diameter is 143,000 km, volume is 1.43x10^15 cubic km,
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From the surface of Io, Jupiter would appear an amazing 36 times larger than the full moon (from earth). Jupiter's diameter is ~140,000 Km. Io's distance from Jupiter is ~420,000
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The diameter of Jupiter is approximately 133708 km from pole to pole, or 142, 984 km at the equator!
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Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system and is more than double the size of all the remaining planets combined. To be exact, it's diameter is just under 143,000 km.
Jupiter is 88,846 miles (142,984 kilometers) in diameter--more than 11 times the diameter of Earth. It weighs 4.17714 x 10 to the 27th power pounds (1.9897 x 10 to the 27th power kilograms). That's more than the weight of 317 Earths! You can find more information here: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Jupiter
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