The largest planet in the Universe

Only on our channel we Represent your attention the biggest planet of the solar system. And let’s talk about Jupiter in more detail

The largest planet —- (0012) —- the Size of Jupiter —-

Jupiter is the biggest and the heaviest planet in the Solar system located far beyond the main asteroid belt.

According to modern concepts, the sun and the planets formed from a common dust cloud. The share accounted for 23 of Jupiter mass of the total mass of the planets of the Solar system. Its mass is 2.5 times greater than the mass of all the combined planets of our Solar system. Where the planet consists of hydrogen, methane and ammonia.

—- (0031) —- Facts about Jupiter —- The largest planet —-

Jupiter is so thin that its density is 1.33 gcm3, which is four times less than the density of the Earth.

The acceleration of gravity at the level of the cloud surface of Jupiter is g = 2,53 g.

This planet has a powerful magnetic field, about 67 satellites of the ring. However, it is not as noticeable as Saturn.

The atmosphere of the planet Jupiter —- The largest planet —- (0042) —-

In the depths of the atmosphere of Jupiters the enormous pressure gases pass into the liquid state, and the core of the planet consists of metallic hydrogen. While the atmosphere of Jupiter is 89% hydrogen and 11 % helium and resembles the chemical composition of the Sun.

Its length is 6 thousand kilometers. The atmosphere is distinguished by the orange color, which give compounds of phosphorus or sulfur. For people it is harmful because it contains toxic ammonia and acetylene.

The fifth planet from the Sun —- (0103) —- Jupiter the largest planet —-

Jupiter thousands of years ago named after the king of Roman gods, and reigns among the nine planets of our Solar system, rivaling the Sun in its splendor.

On Jupiter there are a number of atmospheric phenomena that, by their scale on the order than their earth. Including lightning, storms and auroras that extend to the territory sizes larger than the whole Earth.

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