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Open Directory - Science: Astronomy: Solar System: Jupiter
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Jupiter's Rings - Space & Astronomy for Kids - 09/19/98
New Galileo pictures of Jupiter's Rings, from your About.com Guide 
Micronet: Astronomy: Jupiter
Jupiter. Picture taken by NASA Hubble Space Telescope (HST). The other Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Moon, Mars, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto.... 
Astronomy Now | Breaking News | Galileo to encounter Jupiter's moon Callisto
Wednesday: June 30, 1999 Hubble takes its closest look at Mars Taking advantage of Mars's closest approach to Earth in eight years, astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have taken the space-based observatory's sharpest views yet of the Red 
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AGU Web Site: Space Physics and Astronomy Converge in Exploration of Jupiter's Magnetosphere
PLANETARY SCIENCES Space Physics and Astronomy Converge in Exploration of Jupiter's Magnetosphere Earth in Space, Vol. 8, No. 2, Oct 1995, p.6. 1995 American Geophysical Union. Permission is hereby granted to journalists to use this material so long as 
Jupiter - Astronomy Picture of the Day
Browse photos of volcanoes on Io, and other photographs collected in this archive. With explanations. 
Camcorder Astronomy: Jupiter
Examples: Jupiter. The following images may take a while to download if you are outside the UK or Ireland. These were all taken on the 14th July 1998... 
Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 Collision with Jupiter
On 1994 July 16-22, over twenty fragments of comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 collided with the planet Jupiter. The comet, discovered the previous year by astronomers Carolyn and Eugene Shoemaker and David Levy, was observed by astronomers at hundreds of observatories around the world as it crashed into Jupiter's southern hemisphere. 
Galileo Project Home
The NASA Galileo Mission launched in 1989 en route to Jupiter and its moons, Io, Callisto, Europa and Ganymede. 
Comet Shoemaker-Levy Home Page (JPL)
From July 16 through July 22, 1994, pieces of an object designated as Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9 collided with Jupiter. This is the first collision of two solar system bodies ever to be observed, and the effects of the comet impacts on Jupiter's atmosphere have been simply spectacular and beyond expectations. 
Yahoo! Science:Astronomy:Solar System:Planets:Jupiter:Moons:Ganymede
- taken by the Galileo spacecraft during its first and second flybys of Jupiter's satellite Ganymede. Click Here for the 101 Most Useful Websites of the Year. Copyright  
Department of Astronomy: Jupiter Prediction Tables
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Astronomy: Jupiter's system of rings
As high as it is, the resolution of the cameras aboard the Galileo probe do not make it possible to view Jupiter's system of rings in visible... 
Educational Resources
Title: "Galileo: Probe Into Jupiter" Subject: Planetary Science, Astronomy Grade Level: 9-12 Audience: Teachers and Advanced Students Date Issued: September 1995 Topics covered: Galileo Mission to ... 
The Planet Jupiter - Space and Astronomy for Kids Net Links
Web pages with information about the giant planet Jupiter, the biggest planet in the Solar System, from your About.com Guide 
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ASTRONOMY (JUPITER
JUPITER PHOTO OF JUPITER'S RED SPOT THE SATELLITES OF JUPITER THE DISCOVERY OF JUPITER (David Morrison and Jane Samz, "Voyage to Jupiter," NASA SP-439, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1980, pp. 1-3.) * Ancient peoples all over the world 
APOD Index
(preliminary test version) Sun * Mercury * Venus * Earth * Mars * Jupiter * Saturn * Uranus * Neptune * Pluto Comets --- Hyakutake * Hale-Bopp * Halley 
Astronomy - Jupiter's images 2
Jupiter in Sagittarius 1996. Images 1996 (August 20, Sept. 2, Sept. 16, Oct. 9, Nov. 3) August 20, 1996. September 2, 1996. September 16, 1996.... 
Voyager Project Home Page
The Official Voyager Project Home Page straight from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Explore images of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune taken by Voyager 1 & 2. Find out Voyager's Message to the Universe. Learn about the science instrumen 
The Planetary Rings Node
The Planetary Rings Node is devoted to archiving and distributing scientific data sets relevant to planetary ring systems. The two major classes of ring data are images and occultation profiles, although a variety of additional data types (e.g. spectra, particle absorption signatures, etc.) are also of interest. A large fraction of our data sets are from the Voyager missions to the outer... 
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National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Very Large Array (VLA...
The impact of the comet fragments are expected to significantly affect radio emissions in Jupiter's magnetosphere. University of California/Berkeley scientists will study these emissions, which should give information about the comet, Jupiter's magnetosphere and the electrons that produce the radio emission. 
Jupiter Puzzle - Zoom Astronomy
Jupiter Puzzle - Unscramble an astronomy picture by answering questions. 
PRA - Planetary Radio Astronomy Investigation
"Radio Emissions from Neptune," Neptune and Triton, in press 1994. 1993 Curran, D.B., and J.D. Menicui, "N-Bursty Emission from Uranus: A Cyclotron Maser Source?," Geophysical ... 
Comet/Jupiter Collision FAQ - Pre-Impact
Pre-Impact Questions and Answers Last Updated on July 12, 1994 The following is a list of answers to frequently asked questions concerning the collision of comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter. A ... 
Astronomy in Motion: Introduction to Jupiter Activities
The Great Learning Spot: Introduction to the Jupiter Activities In the night sky, Jupiter looks to us like a very bright star, the fourth brightest object in the sky after the Sun, Moon, and Venus. 
Department of Astronomy: Jupiter Prediction Tables Documentation
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Open Directory - Science: Astronomy: Amateur: Solar System Observing: Jupiter
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Jupiter's Rings - Space & Astronomy for Kids - 09/19/98
New Galileo pictures of Jupiter's Rings, from your About.com Guide 
The Planet Jupiter
Links about Jupiter for homework help 
APOD Glossary
Astronomy Picture of the Day Glossary Cepheid: A pulsating variable star. This type of star undergoes a rhythmic pulsation as indicated by its regular pattern of changing brightness as a function of time. 
Frequently Asked Questions about the Collision of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter Last ...
Encyclopedia.com - Results for Jupiter, astronomy
in astronomy, 5th PLANET from the sun, at a mean distance of 483.6 million mi (778.3 million km), and largest planet in the solar system, with an... 
Astronomy for Kids | Learning about Planets | Jupiter
Planet Profile: Distance From Sun: 483,700,000 miles Diameter: 88,700 miles Average Temperature Ranges: -236 F Average Day: approximately 9 hours, 55 minutes Average Year: approximately 12 earth years Number of Moons (Satellites): 16 Jupiter is the.