What size is Jupiter?


Jupiter is the largest planet we know, and has a size of 88,865 miles in diameter. You could fit over 1,000 Earths inside the planet Jupiter. You can find more information here: http://library.thinkquest.org/18652/jupiter.html
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If you took the mass size of all the others planets in our solar system and doubled it, you still would not have a mass equal in size to Jupiter. As our largest planet by far, the diameter of Jupiter measures 142,984 km.
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