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Jupiter Planet Poster


The Planet Posters make great science posters for any classroom.


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Planet Jupiter Poster Information

Poster comes in one size - 43cm x 60cm / 17in x 23.6in.
Posters are printed on high quality "Photo-Matt PP" paper and laminated on both sides. They can be washed with a wet rag and detergent and are near tear-proof.
Discounts available for schools, teachers and museums on orders of 5 or more. We can also print custom sizes. Email us on Contact page for more details.


Planet Information:

Perihelion: (Closet to Sun) 740,573,600 km
Scientific Notation: 4.952 A.U.
By Comparison: 5.036 x Earth
Aphelion: (Furthest from Sun) 816,520,800 km
Scientific Notation: 5.455 A.U.
By Comparison: 5.366 x Earth
Equatorial Radius: 71,492 km
Scientific Notation: 7.1492 x 104 km
By Comparison: 11.209 x Earth

1,898,700,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
Scientific Notation: 1.8987 x 1027 kg
By Comparison: 317.82 x Earth
Sidereal Rotation Period: (Length of Day)
0.41354 Earth days / 9.925 hours
By Comparison: 0.4147 x Earth
Sidereal Orbit Period: (Length of Year)
11.8565 Earth years / 4330.6 Earth days
Surface Temperature: -148°C
Scientific Notation: 125 K
Satellites: (Moons) 63

Highslide JS
A large poster print of Jupiter.
View of a Jupiter with rings. Watch the video on the top right for more information on Jupiters rings.


Image Notes:

Created between February 17-21, 2007, by the Hubble space telescope. It was taken in honor of the New Horizons robotic spacecraft as it was passing Jupiter, on its way to study Pluto and then perhaps on to study one or more other Kuiper Belt objects. In this photo can be seen the famous Great Red Spot. A storm larger than Earth and been in existence possibly since 1665. As well in this photo can be seen the aurora at both poles of Jupiter. In addition this photo has a computer generated image of the rings of Jupiter. The rings were created using information from the Voyager satellite missions that actually discovered the rings in 1979. Data from the Cassini flyby was also used to create the image of the rings.

Image Credit: NASA

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