What Is the Surface of Jupiter like?


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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When we look at Jupiter, whether it be through a telescope, or from spacecraft images. shows not the surface of the planet, but the atmosphere. The atmosphere appears as alternating
Jupiter is a giant ball of gas and liquid with little, if any,
Neptune is classified as one of our solar system's "gas giant" planets, meaning it does not have a solid surface and is largely a collection of swirling clouds and gas.
Jupiter's extremely dense and relatively dry atmosphere is composed of a mixture of hydrogen, helium and much smaller amounts of methane and ammonia. The same mixture of elements
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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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