Jupiter has a multicolored surface in neutral tones such as white and brown as well as shades of orange and red. Because Jupiter is made of gas and has a thick atmosphere with clouds and storms, it has a striped, somewha... More »

The surface of Jupiter is covered with thick, red, yellow, white and brown clouds. The planet's most prominent feature is its Great Red Spot, which is a giant, spinning, red storm that is three times larger than Earth an... More »

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Jupiter's gossamer and main rings are red, whereas the inner halo ring is bluish. Scientists determine the color of the rings of Jupiter by examining the wavelengths of the particles making up the rings, and the way ligh... More »

A human couldn't survive on Jupiter due to extreme weather and temperatures, high radiation, lack of a breathable atmosphere and lack of a solid surface. The heavy pressure of the atmosphere would also be dangerous to hu... More »

Jupiter’s surface gravity is 2.4 times that of the Earth’s gravity. The gravity on Jupiter is greater due to its composition of mainly gases. A man who weighs 200 pounds on Earth would weigh 480 pounds on Jupiter. More »

The surface of Jupiter is covered with thick, red, yellow, white and brown clouds. The planet's most prominent feature is its Great Red Spot, which is a giant, spinning, red storm that is three times larger than Earth an... More »

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Instead of having a rocky surface, Jupiter is gaseous up to the inner core, which is either rock or a molten liquid. The gases in its atmosphere include hydrogen and helium. More »

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