What Is Jupiter Surface like?

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Jupiter's surface is covered with a very thick crust of ice. It's been very hard to get accurate pictures of Jupiter's surface because of the heavy cloud cover. It's believed their might be large craters on the surface as well. You can find more information here: http://freeware.intrastar.net/solarsystem/jupiter.htm
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Jupiter's appearance is due to thick layers of clouds that surround the planet. Infrared imaging reveals shades of red, yellow and white that swirl around the planet at some 300 miles
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The temperature of Jupiter 43,000 degrees F. Because it is made of gas,
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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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