Jupiter and Moons Resort
Price: 1000 Galactic Dollars Per Earth Night
Jupiter is HOT!
Jupiter: Facts and Statistics
Not Feeling Jupiterian? Europa and Other Moons Will Steal Your Heart
Europa: Facts and Statistics
- Surface: Frozen (The Winter Olympics Will Be Here)
- Ocean Beneath Surface
- Temperature: -260 Degrees Fahrenheit to -370 Degrees Fahrenheit
- Plentiful Oxygen Atmosphere
- Length of Day: 3.5 Earth Days
Io contains the most beautiful sulfur spa in all of the galaxy. The combination of sulfur dioxide snowfields and volcanic sulfur pits create a nice fire and ice sensation.
- Avg. temperature: -202 degrees Fahrenheit
- Spews sulfur as high as 190 miles in the atmosphere
- Volcanoes reach 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit
- Callisto is thought to be the oldest of all of Jupiter's moons. But don't let it's age discourage you from visiting. Callisto is the perfect place for galactic skateboarding because it contains the most craters and bowls.
- Avg. Temperature: -218 degrees Fahrenheit
- It's atmosphere is made up of Carbon Dioxide and molecular Oxygen
- Rotates in about 16.7 earth days
- Ganymede is the largest of Jupiter's moons and it surely acts like it too. It spews water and contains some of the best ice fishing in the solar system. It is a fisherman's paradise.
- Daytime Temperature: -171 Degrees Fahrenheit to -279 Degrees Fahrenheit
- Nighttime Temperature: About -386 Degrees Fahrenheit
- Ocean Below Surface
- Water Springs
- Thin Oxygen Atmosphere
- Length of Day: 7.2 Earth Days
1000 Galactic Dollars Per Earth Night At Any Of These Moons' Resorts
A. the Galilean satellites, Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto
Q. What is the giant red spot on the surface?
A. That is Jupiter's storm spot that has been raging for hundreds of years
Q. Is that i ring I see around Jupiter?
A. Indeed, it's actually three rings
Q. Wow, i feel like im already getting sucked into Jupiter, how far does Jupiter's gravity go?
A. It has been felt as far as Saturn.
Q.How was Jupiter named?
A. One of the ancient Earth gods (king of the Roman gods) is what it's named after.
Q.Why does that one moon look like a pizza?
A. Well, Io is a a very volcanic planet
Q. Just how big is Jupiter?
A. The biggest in the Solar System, 1,321.3 Earths can fit inside of Jupiter
Q. So, what's it like on the surface?
A. It is very stormy, cold at first and then hotter as you get closer to the core
Q. What's the core even made of?
A. The core is mostly liquid
Q. How close is Jupiter to being a star?
A. Quite slim, it would need 20x more mass than it has right now.