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'''Jupiter''' is the name of a planet.
'''Jupiter''' is the name of a planet.


Jupiter is in our solar system.
Jupiter is in our [[solar system]].


Jupiter is the biggest planet in our solar system.
Jupiter is the biggest planet in our solar system.
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Jupiter has has 67 moons.
Jupiter has has 67 moons.


Jupiter is a gas planet.
Jupiter is a gas planet.




Different automated spacecrafts went to jupiter.
Different automated spacecrafts went to Jupiter.


For example:
For example:


* in the year 1973 the spacecraft Pioneer 10 flew by
* in the year 1973 the spacecraft [[Pioneer 10]] flew by
* in the year 1974 the spacecraft Pioneer 11 flew by
* in the year 1974 the spacecraft [[Pioneer 11]] flew by
* in the year 1992 the spacecraft Ulysses flew by
* in the year 1992 the spacecraft [[Ulysses]] flew by




The NASA sent the spacecraft Galileo to Jupiter.
The [[NASA]] sent the spacecraft [[Galileo]] to Jupiter.


Galileo needed 6 years to get to Jupiter.
Galileo needed 6 years to get to Jupiter.

Revision as of 16:08, 31 August 2014

Jupiter is the name of a planet.

Jupiter is in our solar system.

Jupiter is the biggest planet in our solar system.

on the picture you see _____________


Words with same meanings

gas giant


Detailed explanation

Jupiter has has 67 moons.

Jupiter is a gas planet.


Different automated spacecrafts went to Jupiter.

For example:

  • in the year 1973 the spacecraft Pioneer 10 flew by
  • in the year 1974 the spacecraft Pioneer 11 flew by
  • in the year 1992 the spacecraft Ulysses flew by


The NASA sent the spacecraft Galileo to Jupiter.

Galileo needed 6 years to get to Jupiter.

In the year 1995 Galileo got there.

Galileo started to fly arround jupiter.

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