Come To The Planet Jupiter!!!

By Hana Ali

Come to Our Beautiful and Magnificent Jupiter

You think you're life is boring, you have no life, all you do is work, and you're bored of life on Earth! Come to the planet Jupiter there are a lot of fun things to do there for kids, adults, and even seniors. It only takes about a month to get there.

Cool Facts About Jupiter!

  • It's the biggest planet in the whole Milky Way!
  • Fifth planet from the Sun
  • Has 67 moons!
  • Known as the Gas Giant!
  • Two and a half times more massive than all the planets in the solar system combined!!!
  • Fourth brightest object in the solar system
  • First recorded in the 7th or 8th century BC by Babylonian astronomers
  • Jupiter orbits the Sun every 11.8 Earth years
  • Clouds made of ammonia crystals, sulfur, and a combination of the two
  • One of Jupiter's 67 moons is the largest in the solar system and is called Ganymede
  • The big red spot on it is a huge storm that has been going for the past 350 years and it's so big that Earth could fit in it three times!
  • Has a thin ring system that stretches out more than 225,000 km from the planet. The rings are between 2,000-12,500 kilometers thick.

Reference

-http://space-facts.com/jupiter/

Jupiter's Size

Is two and a half times more massive than all the other planets in the solar system combined.

Has an oblate like shape because of the rapid rotation slightly flattening it over time.

Accommodations and Hotels

Jupiter is -162 Fahrenheit so you should bring some warm clothes and a jacket or two. =)

If you forget two bring your jacket don't worry we will have the thickest warmest jackets you can find on Earth for only $10 each! The hotels will also be at 78 degrees Fahrenheit through out the trip and you can adjust your personal rooms to be warmer or cooler if you want.

Things To Bring

  • Warm jackets (if you forget don't worry we have the warmest jackets on Earth for only $5)
  • Socks
  • Boots
  • Long Sleeves
  • Tooth Brush/ Tooth Paste
  • Brush

Fun Things To Do While on Jupiter

  • Go to the 67 different moons
  • Go in to outer space to look at the moons, other planets, and stars from space ship
  • Go sight seeing with a guide to see Jupiter's surface


-Don't forget to take pictures

Jupiter's Moons

Jupiter has 67 moons. We offer trips to 46 of them you can you can buy tickets to go on a guided tour for $35 for adults and $30 for kids. The tours are at 11:30 am, 3:30 pm, and 7:30 pm every day. the tours will take two hours to three and a half hours depending on how far the moon you want to go to is.