What is Jupiter's 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 - as well as other gas giants - doesn't HAVE a surface. Not one you can stand on, at any rate - those gas giants just have a gigantic atmosphere that gets denser and denser
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Nobody has actually been on the surface of saturn but good guesses have been made. Saturn is cloudy, very windy and made of gas. Hydrogen, helium and methane is what you will find.
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Neptune is a gas giant. There is no solid or liquid boundary until you are clearly far inside the planet. Designating an outer surface to Neptune is like designating a surface to
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Pretty quiet as there are no traces of life there at all.
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