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1, How many moons does Jupiter have?
2, How long does it take for the planet Jupiter to make a complete revolution around the sun?
3, The planet Jupiter radiates twice as much heat from inside as it receives from the Sun.
4, The planet Jupiter may have no solid surface at all.
5, The astronomers were taking an observation of Jupiter.
6, Jupiter has at least sixteen moons.
7, The planet Jupiter contains large amounts of the primordial gas and dust out of which the solar system was formed.
8, Jupiter descended to humankind.
9, What of quasi-science, the bits that fall off Jupiter?
10, Examples of bench grafting styles are: Jupiter.
11, Many false assumptions were made about the planet Jupiter.
12, The space probe looped toward Jupiter.
13, Jupiter has many more moons than four - we are still not certain of the number, and possibly never will be.
14, In the Jupiter fly-by, the ship had used the gravitational field of the planet to increase her velocity.
15, In 1988 the cruise ship Jupiter sank off the coast of Athens, with a party of schoolchildren aboard.
16, Most of the recent models of Jupiter have incorporated this feature.
17, The moons of Jupiter can be seen to orbit Jupiter and not the earth.
18, In any plausible way of forming Jupiter the hydrogen and helium are initially well mixed at a molecular level.
19, Moreover,[http://sentencedict.com/jupiter.html] theories of atmospheric circulation on Jupiter yield winds rather than waves.
20, May Jupiter forgive me for saying this Buddy-but I do think his head would go nice on your mantelpiece.
21, The spacecraft will fly round the Earth to gain/gather momentum for its trip to Jupiter.
22, The scientist could not calculate when the spaceship would reach the Jupiter.
23, The planets of our solar system are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.
24, For now Aristotelians were faced with the same problem with respect to Jupiter and its moons.
25, But Saturn came to the country, a homeless exile fleeing from his son Jupiter.
26, Some of the very energetic ions and electrons which reach the Earth and which we observe as cosmic-rays probably originate from Jupiter.
27, Similarly, the eclipses fell behind the predicted schedules by several minutes when the Earth moved farthest from Jupiter.
28, Almost all of the moving objects seen are slow-moving belt asteroids, out between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.
29, This is because of the rapid axial rotation of Jupiter which yields a powerful Coriolis effect.
30, Atlantis was to carry the Galileo space probe on the first leg of a six-year voyage to Jupiter this afternoon.