Its mass is 300 times that of Earth, and its diameter is about 11 times that of Earth. Jupiter is 2½ times more massive than the rest of the planets in the solar system combined.
It has a radius of 58,238 kilometres (36,184 miles). It is most famous for its rings. It also holds dozens of moons, including Titan, which has its own atmosphere.
It has a radius of 25,362 kilometres (15,759 miles). It has a surface area of 8.083 billion km².
It has a radius of 24,622 kilometres (15,299 miles). It has a surface area of 7.618 billion km².
It has a radius of 6,371 kilometres (3,959 miles). It has a surface area of 510.1 million km². It is thought to be the only planet in the whole universe, or at least the sun’s solar system to be able to produce sufficiently substances [elements (like oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, and so on), mixtures (like air, and so on), compounds (like water, sodium chloride, and so on)] that support live.
It has a radius of 6,052 kilometres (3,761 miles). It has a surface area of 460.2 million km².
It has a radius of 3,390 kilometres (2,460 miles). It has a surface area of 144.8 million km².
It has a radius of 2,440 kilometres (1,516 miles). It has a surface area of 74.8 million km².
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