As of 2015, facts about the planet Jupiter can be found on websites for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and The Planets. NASA offers separate Web pages aimed at adults and children.
The NASA Web pages aimed at adults include facts regarding Jupiter's physical characteristics, such as size, density and mass. It also contains facts regarding Jupiter's orbit, such as orbit circumference, average orbit velocity and orbit inclination. The pages of the NASA website aimed at kids contain facts about Jupiter's solar system, its atmosphere and how to find Jupiter in the night sky.
The Planets website offers facts about Jupiter such as the first sighting of the planet, number of moons and strength of its magnetic field. It also includes facts about the storm on Jupiter known as the Great Red Spot.