This mighty gas giant can be rightly called the King of the Planets. With its many moons, it resembles a sort of mini-solar system. From its size, to its mysterious giant spot, Jupiter has fascinated and amazed astronomers for centuries.
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Worksheets and Activities:
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*Provides an entire unit lesson on Jupiter
Continue your studies with other sets in this series:
> Mercury: A Planet of Extremes
> Venus: Earth's Twin?
> Earth: The Goldilocks Planet
> The Moon: Earth's Nightlight
> Mars: The Red Planet
> Jupiter: The King of the Planets
> Saturn: A Ringed World
> Uranus and Neptune: The Outer Gas Gaints
> Pluto, Comets, and Asteroids