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विकिपिडिया नं
वृहस्पति ♃
A composite Cassini image of Jupiter. The dark spot is the shadow of Europa. The Great Red Spot, a persistent anticyclonic storm, is at lower right. White atmospheric bands, termed zones, represent areas of upwelling; reddish bands, called belts, represent areas of downwelling. They display high-altitude ammonia ice clouds and lower clouds of unknown composition, respectively.
Pronunciation /ˈpɨtər/[१]
Adjective Jovian
Orbital characteristics[५][६]
Epoch J2000
Aphelion 816,520,800 km (5.458104 AU)
Perihelion 740,573,600 km (4.950429 AU)
Semi-major axis 778,547,200 km (5.204267 AU)
Eccentricity 0.048775
Orbital period
Synodic period 398.88 days[३]
Average orbital speed 13.07 km/s[३]
Mean anomaly 18.818°
Longitude of ascending node 100.492°
Argument of perihelion 275.066°
Satellites 67
Physical characteristics
Mean radius 69,911 ± 6 km[७][८]
Equatorial radius
Polar radius
Flattening 0.06487 ± 0.00015
Surface area
Mean density 1.326 g/cm3[३][८]
Equatorial surface gravity 24.79 m/s2[३][८]
2.528 g
Escape velocity 59.5 km/s[३][८]
Sidereal rotation period 9.925 h[११] (9 h 55 m 30 s)
Equatorial rotation velocity 12.6 km/s
45,300 km/h
Axial tilt 3.13°[३]
North pole right ascension 268.057°
17 h 52 min 14 s[७]
North pole declination 64.496°[७]

0.343 (Bond)

0.52 (geom.)[३]
Surface temp. min mean max
1 bar level 165 K[३]
0.1 bar 112 K[३]
Apparent magnitude -1.6 to -2.94[३]
Angular diameter 29.8" — 50.1"[३]
Surface pressure 20–200 kPa[१२] (cloud layer)
Scale height 27 km
89.8±2.0%hydrogen (H2)
~0.003%hydrogen deuteride (HD)
ammonium hydrosulfide(NH4SH)

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  3. ३.०० ३.०१ ३.०२ ३.०३ ३.०४ ३.०५ ३.०६ ३.०७ ३.०८ ३.०९ ३.१० ३.११ ३.१२ ३.१३ Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named fact
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  6. Orbital elements refer to the barycenter of the Jupiter system, and are the instantaneous osculating values at the precise J2000 epoch. Barycenter quantities are given because, in contrast to the planetary centre, they do not experience appreciable changes on a day-to-day basis due to the motion of the moons.
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  8. ८.० ८.१ ८.२ ८.३ ८.४ ८.५ ८.६ ८.७ Refers to the level of 1 bar atmospheric pressure
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