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King of the Planets
The most massive planet in our solar system -- with dozens of moons and an enormous magnetic field -- Jupiter forms a kind of miniature solar system. It resembles a star in composition, but did not grow big enough to ignite. The planet's swirling cloud stripes are punctuated by massive storms such as the Great Red Spot, which has raged for hundreds of years.

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11 Oct 2006 Jupiter's Little Red Spot Growing Stronger NASA Headquarters
27 Sep 2006 Jupiter Ahoy! Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
1 Aug 2006 Keck telescope captures Jupiter's Red Spot Jr. as it Zips Past Planet's Great Red Spot Keck Observatory
9 Jun 2006 Jupiter Storm Update Science@NASA
5 May 2006 New Storm on Jupiter Hints at Climate Change University of California at Berkeley
27 Apr 2006 Solar System Dynamics Nature Magazine
18 Apr 2006 Fourth Annual Interplanetary Probe Workshop International Planetary Probe Workshop
15 Mar 2006 Jupiter's New Red Spot Science@NASA
3 Feb 2006 Binary Asteroid in Jupiter's Orbit University of California at Berkeley
10 Nov 2005 Organized Wind Chaos on Jupiter Max Planck Institute
1 Jun 2005 NASA Selects New Frontiers Mission Concept Study NASA Headquarters
3 Nov 2004 Spellbinding Planets Science@NASA
20 Sep 2004 Prometheus Contract Jet Propulsion Laboratory
13 Aug 2004 Lumpy Ganymede Jet Propulsion Laboratory
6 Aug 2004 Reactor Development NASA Headquarters
13 Jul 2004 How Are Giant Planets Formed? Los Alamos National Laboratory
21 Jun 2004 Common Currents University of South Florida
9 Jun 2004 Io is Cooking Washington University in St. Louis
26 May 2004 Back to Jupiter Jet Propulsion Laboratory
30 Apr 2004 May's Busy Skies Indiana University
21 Apr 2004 Jupiter's Changing Climate University of California at Berkeley
21 Apr 2004 Busy Skies Science@NASA
19 Mar 2004 Model of Early Earth? University at Buffalo
19 Mar 2004 Five-for-One Planets Science@NASA
19 Mar 2004 More on the Planets Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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11 Oct 2006 Jupiter's Little Red Spot Growing Stronger NASA Headquarters
27 Sep 2006 Jupiter Ahoy! Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
1 Aug 2006 Keck telescope captures Jupiter's Red Spot Jr. as it Zips Past Planet's Great Red Spot Keck Observatory
9 Jun 2006 Jupiter Storm Update Science@NASA
5 May 2006 New Storm on Jupiter Hints at Climate Change University of California at Berkeley
27 Apr 2006 Solar System Dynamics Nature Magazine
18 Apr 2006 Fourth Annual Interplanetary Probe Workshop International Planetary Probe Workshop
15 Mar 2006 Jupiter's New Red Spot Science@NASA
3 Feb 2006 Binary Asteroid in Jupiter's Orbit University of California at Berkeley
10 Nov 2005 Organized Wind Chaos on Jupiter Max Planck Institute
1 Jun 2005 NASA Selects New Frontiers Mission Concept Study NASA Headquarters
3 Nov 2004 Spellbinding Planets Science@NASA
20 Sep 2004 Prometheus Contract Jet Propulsion Laboratory
13 Aug 2004 Lumpy Ganymede Jet Propulsion Laboratory
6 Aug 2004 Reactor Development NASA Headquarters
13 Jul 2004 How Are Giant Planets Formed? Los Alamos National Laboratory
21 Jun 2004 Common Currents University of South Florida
9 Jun 2004 Io is Cooking Washington University in St. Louis
26 May 2004 Back to Jupiter Jet Propulsion Laboratory
30 Apr 2004 May's Busy Skies Indiana University
21 Apr 2004 Jupiter's Changing Climate University of California at Berkeley
21 Apr 2004 Busy Skies Science@NASA
19 Mar 2004 Model of Early Earth? University at Buffalo
19 Mar 2004 Five-for-One Planets Science@NASA
19 Mar 2004 More on the Planets Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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