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With a diameter that's 11 times larger than Earth's, _______ is the largest planet.

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    Jupiter Size: 11 times the diameter of Earth Diameter: 88,736 miles (142,800 km) Surface: A hot ball of gas and liquid Atmosphere: Whirling clouds of colored dust, hydrogen, helium, methane, water, and ammonia. Temperature: -234°F (-148°C) average Rotation of its axis: 9 hours and 55 minutes Rotation around the Sun: 12 Earth years Weight: If you weigh 100 pounds on Earth, you would weigh 265 pounds on Jupiter. Distance from Earth: At its closest, 370 million miles (591 million km) Mean Distance from Sun: 483.88 million miles (778.3 million km) Satellites: 63 Rings: 4

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