Jupiter – Space Videos


…Space Facts


Quick Facts
Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System. It has a diameter of 86, 881 miles and has 2.5 times the mass of all the other planets in the Solar System combined.

Jupiter can be seen from Earth with a telescope. In fact, it is the third brightest object in the night sky, after the Moon and Venus.

The Giant Red Spot on Jupiter’s surface is actually a persistent giant storm. This storm has been in existence since the seventeenth century and some scientists believe it will continue until 2040 or longer.

(Taken from 101 Facts… The Solar System by IC Stars & IP Factly)
Jupiter is featured in the following books:
101 Facts… The Solar System
101 Facts… Space Exploration
Jupiter Early Reader Space Book
101 Facts.. Space

Video Playlist
The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about Jupiter. Details of the videos featured are underneath.

The Playlist:

  1. Jupiter: the Largest by SpaceRip
  2. Bill Nye Explains Why Jupiter is Like a Blender (Presented by NASA’s MIssion Juno) by THNKR
  3. Hot Spots in Jupiter’s Atmosphere | NASA Space Science HD Video by CoconutScienceLab
  4. Europa Jupiter Moon’s Subsurface Ocean of Water [HD] by The Mars Underground
  5. 2011-2016 JUNO NASA Jupiter Exploration Spacecraft by Space Chronology
  6. ScienceCasts: What Lies Inside Jupiter by Cloud Tube 2
  7. EUROPA LAKE: Nasa ‘discovers’ liquid water on Jupiter moon by ITN
  8. Bill Nye: Is Jupiter Like A Piece Of The Sun? (Presented by NASA’s MIssion Juno) by THNKR
  9. The Deadliest Radiation in the Solar System (Presented by NASA’s MIssion Juno) by THNKR
  10. Bill Nye Asks Does Jupiter Have A Core? (Presented by NASA’s MIssion Juno) by THNKR
  11. Bill Nye Searches For Water On Jupiter. (Presented by NASA’s Mission Juno) by THNKR
  12. NASA/ESA Europa Jupiter System Mission by djxatlanta by THNKR

More space video playlists include:
The Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, The Moon (& other moons), Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Beyond Neptune, Asteroid Belt, Comets, Black Holes, Dwarf Planets and Stars.

A full list of space videos can be found at ipfactly.com/space-videos