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Jupiter

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  1. Column 8
    The Age  1 hour ago

    OK, we’ve dealt with time on the moon (Column 8, since Monday), so perhaps it’s time we moved further afield. ‘‘Is it just me that has difficulty understanding ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Age

  2. Astronomers, who used NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope to look for water vapor in the atmosphere of three exoplanets, have found that the trio, orbiting stars similar to the sun ... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times

  1. 'Hot Jupiters' Found To Be Surprisingly Dry

    Astronomers, who used NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope to look for water vapor in the atmosphere of three exoplanets, have found that the trio, orbiting stars similar to the sun ... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times

  2. Bright like a diamond: lasers and compressed carbon recreate Jupiter's core

    While missions like the Kepler can tell us quite a bit about other worlds, but to actually look into the heart of a planet we had to put a diamond ... FULL ARTICLE AT PhysOrg.com

  3. NASA Releases 3D Printing Models of the Moon, Asteroids and Spacecraft

    The problem with telescopes is that you can only see so far through them. You can't hope to get a good look at the surface of the moon, and ... FULL ARTICLE AT Softpedia

  1. (Your browser doesn't support iframe) The search for extraterrestrial life begins, often enough, on Earth. In this case, it's an Alaskan glacier, where the robot VALKYRIE is proving ... FULL ARTICLE AT Gizmodo

  2. Bob McDonald is now flying through space, between Mars and Jupiter — Bob McDonald the newly named asteroid, that is. FULL ARTICLE AT CBC Canada

  3. Earth and Planets Make Strange, Exquisite Noises | Video Compilation

    Created by lightning, ‘whistlers’ travel along Earth's magnetic field lines from hemisphere to hemisphere. Jupiter’s charged particles ‘sing’ across its magnetosphere (recorded by Voyager). FULL ARTICLE AT LiveScience.com

  4. Earth & Sky: Planets Align During Volcanic Eruption

    A sunrise photograph shows an unusual volcano sending ash toward a conjunction of Venus, Jupiter and the moon. Tanzania's Ol Doinyo Lengai is the only active volcano of its ... FULL ARTICLE AT LiveScience.com

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Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest planet within the Solar System. It is a gas giant with a mass slightly less than one-thousandth of the Sun but is two and a half times the mass of all the other planets in our Solar System combined. Jupiter is classified as a gas giant along with Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Together, these four planets are sometimes referred to as the Jovian... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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