Flashcards in Jupiter and/or the Galilean Moons Deck (20):
Of the following, which planet still has its primary atmosphere?
Which moon is the largest in our Solar System?
What is the Great Red Spot on Jupiter?
a large persistent anticyclonic storm
What type of Planet is Jupiter?
Which planet has the strongest magnetic field?
Jupiter’s cloud belts and zones are made primarily of
Ammonia crystals, Sulfur, Mixtures of the two compounds ALL OF THE ABOVE
How long is Jupiter's rotational period?
The moon "Europa" has an outer shell made of what?
Which of the following is NOT a Galilean Moon?
What is the rotational period of Jupiter?
9 hours 56 minutes
Why can't we land on Jupiter?
The surface is liquid hydrogen
How many moons does Jupiter have in total?
How long is Jupiter's orbital period?
Which is TRUE about Jupiter?
Larger mass but lower density than Earth
Which Galilean Moon is dominated by impact craters?
Which Galilean moon would be most likely to host life?
Which Galilean moon is known for its rocky and volcanic surface?
What are the 4 moons of Jupiter?
Io, Callisto, Ganymede, Europa
On Jupiter, the strongest winds are equatorial westerlies, which have speeds of _______ km/h.