What Is the Surface of Jupiter like?

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The surface of Jupiter is a sea of yellowish cloud tops that roil with winds continually circling the great planet. The gravity at Jupiter's surface is 2.5 times the gravity on earth and inside the planet there is great pressure.
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Jupiter doesn't really have a surface as we think of earth's surface. Jupiter is a gas giant and is almost all gas. There is a small rocky/metallic core, but it would be no place
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It is not certain if it has a solid surface. Heavier elements sink to the core so there
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Pinpoint a Surface 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
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Most of the nightlife is 6 miles to the south in Palm Beach Gardens. http://www.coastalflreale. state.com.
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1 Additional Answer
Jupiter is made up of gases like the Sun, so there really isn't any land and no volcanoes. Jupiter may have some craters, but it seems as though those are just dips in the gases on the planet. You can find more information here: http://library.thinkquest.org/TQ0312488/Jupiter.htm
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