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JUPITER

Jupiter
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  • Jupiter is usually the fourth brightest object in the sky (after the Sun, the Moon and Venus); however at times Mars appears brighter than Jupiter.
  • Jupiter is perpetually covered with a layer of clouds, composed of ammonia crystals and possibly ammonium hydrosulphide, and it may not have any solid surface in that the density may simply increase gradually as you move towards the core.
  • Jupiter is composed of a relatively small rocky core, surrounded by metallic hydrogen, surrounded by liquid hydrogen, which is surrounded by gaseous hydrogen.
  • Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and is the largest one in the solar system.
  • Jupiter possesses 28 known satellites, four of which - Callisto, Europa, Ganymede and Io - were observed by Galileo as long ago as 1610.
  • Jupiter's rings and moons exist within an intense radiation belt of electrons and ions trapped in the planet's magnetic field.
  • Jupiter is the supreme god of the Roman pantheon, called dies pater, "shining father".
  • He is a god of light and sky, and protector of the state and its laws.
  • Jupiter is also the protector of the ancient league of Latin cities.
  • Jupiter is the planet that can tell you about processes in your life.
  • Jupiter shows how you come to understand the Universe and God, what inspires you to greater faith, and how you hold onto your beliefs once they have developed.
  • Through Jupiter we come to understand humanity n general and ourselves in particular, both aspiring to be spiritually wise and understanding of self and others.
  • Belts of Jupiter · Astrological definition of Belts of Jupiter · Astrology Encyclopedia · July 15, 2006, 6:56 GMT
  • A varying number of dusky belt-like bands or zones encircling the planet Jupiter, parallel to its equator.
  • It suggests the existence of an atmosphere, the clouds forced into a series of parallels through the rapidity of rotation, the dark body of the planet showing through relatively clear spaces between.







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