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  1. Jupiter (24639 bytes)
    2: |+<font size=+1>'''Jupiter'''</font>
    4: ...or="#000000" align="center" colspan="2" | [[image:Jupiter.jpg|250px|Click for full caption.]]<br/><small><f...
    138: ...the [[Roman mythology|Roman god]] [[Jupiter (god)|Jupiter]] (also called Jove). The [[astronomical symbol]]...
    142: ...ween Jupiter and the [[Earth]] in such a way that Jupiter was able to be seen, just below the [[Moon]], fro...
    145: ... distinguishes a large and massive planet such as Jupiter from a [[brown dwarf]], although the latter posse...

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  1. June (1973 bytes)
    6: ...#27700;&#28961;&#26376;). In [[Finnish language|Finnish]], the month is called ''kes䫵u'', meaning "m...
    25: * [[Historical anniversaries]]
  2. Scientific revolution (17675 bytes)
    1: ... that roughly began with the discoveries of [[Johannes Kepler|Kepler]], [[Galileo Galilei|Galileo]], a...
    3: ...ientists worked was radically changed. At the beginning of the century, science was highly [[Aristotle...
    25: *Telescopic discoveries: moons of Jupiter, lunar mountains, phases of Venus, etc. (Galileo)
    36: ...s interpretation these extraordinary changes, beginning with Copernicus and extending to the early 17t...
    40: ...lendar]] for its activities. For almost two millennia, the [[geocentric model]] had been accepted by ...
  3. Alto saxophone (1789 bytes)
    8: ..., [[Lee Konitz]], [[Julian Cannonball Adderley|"Cannonball" Adderley]] and [[Paul Desmond]]. The alto...
    10: ...ce saxophones are Selmer, Yamaha, Yanagisawa, and Jupiter. New alto saxophones range greatly in price from...
  4. Earth (30908 bytes)
    17: ...s much less viscous than the mantle, and a solid inner core. The liquid outer core gives rise to a wea...
    64: *5100 to 6378 km - Inner Core
    70: ...ss described by the [[dynamo theory]]. The solid inner core is too hot to hold a permanent magnetic fi...
    72: Recent evidence has suggested that the inner core of Earth may rotate slightly faster than t...
    82: ...lting point (despite enormous pressure), and the inner core is solid due to the overwhelming pressure ...
  5. Volcano (27295 bytes)
    96: ...r system, due to [[tides|tidal]] interaction with Jupiter. It is covered with volcanoes that erupt [[sulfur...
    138: ...ding to a volcanic center that is not obviously connected with a plate margin. The classic example is ...
    140: ...t the simple "hotspot" concept, since theorists cannot agree on whether the "hot mantle plumes" origin...
    162: ...pg|thumb|The eruption of Vesuvius in Discovery Channel's ''[[Pompeii: The Last Day|Pompeii]]''.]]
    164: ...sulfur dioxide emissions had increased to 5,000 tonnes, ten times the earlier amount. Mount Pinatubo e...
  6. Ra (2793 bytes)
    2: ...on-Ra's identity with [[Zeus]] or [[Jupiter (god)|Jupiter]] was acknowledged by the Greeks and Romans. The ...
  7. Ancient Rome (25155 bytes)
    27: ...s]] at the [[Battle of Actium]] in [[31 BC]] and annexed the territories of [[Cleopatra VII of Egypt|C...
    57: ...|A sculpture of the King of gods, [[Jupiter (god)|Jupiter]]]]
    67: ...nted by the [[Capitoline triad]], [[Jupiter (god)|Jupiter]], [[Juno]], and [[Minerva]].
    73: ...ciated with Greek gods. Therefore [[Jupiter (god)|Jupiter]] was perceived to be the same deity as [[Zeus]]....
    98: ...an we might expect (Cicero's daughter and wife planned his daughters husband all the time assuming tha...
  8. Florida (24937 bytes)
    80: ...he [[Labor Day Hurricane of 1935]], [[Hurricane Donna]] in 1960 and [[Hurricane Opal]] in 1995. Many o...
    85: ...ng. With the arrival of the space program at [[Kennedy Space Center]] in the 1960s, Florida has attra...
    166: *[[Jupiter, Florida|Jupiter]]
    175: *[[Marianna, Florida|Marianna]]
    198: <tr><td>2 </td><td>[[Jupiter Island, Florida]]</td><td>$200,087</td></tr>
  9. Solar system (21174 bytes)
    13: **[[Jupiter|Jupiter]] (&#x2643;)
    27: ...than planets that lie roughly within the orbit of Jupiter and are composed in significant part of non-volat...
    29: **[[Trojan asteroid]]s are located in either of Jupiter's [[Lagrange point|L<sub>4</sub> or L<sub>5</sub>...
    31: ... having a [[perihelion]] within the orbit of the inner planets and an [[aphelion]] beyond Pluto. Short...
    32: ... orbits so that they remain in the region between Jupiter and Neptune.
  10. Sun (20830 bytes)
    122: ...ns". Planet [[Earth]] [[orbit]]s the Sun, as do innumerable other bodies including other [[planet]]s,...
    136: ...y because of the large mass of [[Jupiter (planet)|Jupiter]].
    144: ...e matter-energy conversion rate of 4.26 million tonnes per second or 383 [[SI prefix|yottawatts]] (9.1...
    173: ...mosphere is visible as a colored flash at the beginning and end of [[solar eclipse|total eclipses of t...
    187: ...]s and [[solar prominence]]s. (See [[magnetic reconnection]]) The solar activity cycle includes old ma...
  11. Asteroid (24334 bytes)
    1: ...its between those of [[Mars (planet)|Mars]] and [[Jupiter]]. [[image:433eros.jpg|thumb|right|250px|This pic...
    14: ... requiring diacriticals). The first numbered but unnamed minor planet was [[(3360) 1981 VA]]; the last...
    16: ... at several million. The largest asteroid in our inner solar system is [[1 Ceres]], with a diameter of...
    58: ...ets [[Mars (planet)|Mars]] and [[Jupiter (planet)|Jupiter]]. Piazzi named it after [[Ceres]], the Greek god...
    62: ...honse Louis Nicolas Borrelly|A. Borrelly]], [[Johann Palisa|J. Palisa]], [[Paul Henry and Prosper Henr...
  12. Comet (30542 bytes)
    9: ...lose to the [[Sun]]. When a comet approaches the inner solar system, radiation from the Sun causes its...
    11: ...r appearance have been noticed by humans for millennia. One very famous old recording of a comet is t...
    21: ...s it farther from the Sun than [[Jupiter (planet)|Jupiter]]. Short-period comets are thought to originate i...
    23: ...f giant planets as a result of a close encounter. Jupiter is the source of the greatest perturbations, bein...
    25: ...observable after [[1908]] due to perturbations by Jupiter, and was not found again until accidentally redis...
  13. Planet (8450 bytes)
    17: # [[Jupiter (planet)|Jupiter]] (&#x2643;) - [[Jupiter's natural satellites|63 confirmed natural satelli...
    29: ...position largely made up of [[gas]]eous material: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. Uranian planets, or ice...
    40: *The outermost moon of Jupiter ([[S/2003 J 2]]; factor of 1.5)
    48: ...ve masses which are about the same or larger than Jupiter's.
    52: ...pe of planet at all. There is also a class of hot Jupiters that orbit so close to their star that their atm...
  14. Mercury (planet) (22924 bytes)
    36: ....01 degrees, which is over 300 times smaller than Jupiter's axial tilt (the second smallest axial tilt of a...
    187: ...ible that this magnetic field is generated in a manner similar to Earth's, by a dynamo of circulating ...
    197: ...ast the time of the [[Sumer|Sumerians]] (3rd millennium BC), who called it ''Ubu-idim-gud-ud''. The ea...
    199: In 1639, Giovanni Battista used a [[telescope]] to discover that ...
    211: ... [[velocity]] considerably to enter into a [[Hohmann transfer orbit]] that passes near Mercury.
  15. Pioneer 11 (5118 bytes)
    3: ...also called Pioneer G), like [[Pioneer 10]], used Jupiter's [[mass]] in a [[gravitational slingshot]] to al...
    5: ...ator]]s (RTGs), which generated 144 [[Watt|W]] at Jupiter, but had decreased to 100 W by the time it reache...
    7: ...f planets and [[satellite]]s; and the surfaces of Jupiter, Saturn, and some of their satellites. The instru...
    11: ...[Voyager 1]] and [[Voyager 2]] had already passed Jupiter and were also en route to Saturn.) The spacecraft...
    24: * [[Unmanned space missions]]
  16. Galileo Galilei (33761 bytes)
    2: ...]]. Galileo's career coincided with that of [[Johannes Kepler]]. The work of Galileo is considered to ...
    20: ...[[natural satellite|moons]] of [[Jupiter (planet)|Jupiter]]. Galileo published a full description in ''[[Si...
    22: ... something he attributed to their movement behind Jupiter. He made additional observations of them in [[162...
    26: ... Fabricius]] and his son [[Johannes Fabricius|Johannes]].
    53: ...ation of mathematics to experimental physics was innovative, his mathematical methods were the standar...
  17. Johannes Kepler (17038 bytes)
    2: '''Johannes Kepler''' ([[December 27]], [[1571]] &ndash; [[...
    6: ...Johannes Kepler University Linz]] in honor of Johannes Kepler, since he wrote his ''magnum opus'' '''h...
    9: ...lvement in [[witchcraft]]. Born prematurely, Johannes is said to have been a weak and sickly child, b...
    35: ...rth]], [[Mars (planet)|Mars]], [[Jupiter (planet)|Jupiter]], [[Saturn (planet)|Saturn]]; and the five class...
    42: ... to assign the Cube to Saturn, the Tetrahedron to Jupiter, the Dodecahedron to Mars, the Icosahedron to Ven...
  18. Thunderstorm (7337 bytes)
    6: ...ought them to be battles waged by [[Jupiter_(god)|Jupiter]], who hurled lightning bolts forged by [[Vulcan ...
  19. Cirrus cloud (3505 bytes)
    11: ...rus clouds form on other planets, including Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and possibly Neptune. They have ...
  20. Venus (planet) (31010 bytes)
    23: ... It is not known why Venus is different in this manner, although it may be the result of a collision w...
    31: ... veil no mortal raised), first observed by [[Giovanni Domenico Cassini]] in [[1672]]. Sporadic sightin...
    36: ...enus (which the early Babylonians called ''Nindaranna''). The ancient [[Sumeria]]ns and Babylonians ca...
    46: ...th exhibits visible [[phase]]s in much the same manner as the Earth's Moon. [[Galileo Galilei]] was th...
    56: ...onjunction, observed by radar from a 26-meter antenna at [[Goldstone, California]], the [[Jodrell Bank...

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