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Jupiter

  
[1]  
      n   (in Roman tradition) the king and ruler of the Olympian gods,   (Greek counterpart)    Zeus  
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Jupiter   [2]  
      n   the largest of the planets and the fifth from the sun. It has 16 satellites and is surrounded by a transient planar ring system consisting of dust particles. Mean distance from sun: 778 million km; period of revolution around sun: 11.86 years; period of axial rotation: 9.83 hours; diameter and mass: 11.2 and 317.9 times that of earth respectively  

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Zeus  
      n   the supreme god of the ancient Greeks, who became ruler of gods and men after he dethroned his father Cronus and defeated the Titans. He was the husband of his sister Hera and father by her and others of many gods, demigods, and mortals. He wielded thunderbolts and ruled the heavens, while his brothers Poseidon and Hades ruled the sea and underworld respectively,   (Roman counterpart)    Jupiter         


Jupiter   [1]  
      n   (in Roman tradition) the king and ruler of the Olympian gods,   (Greek counterpart)    Zeus  
Jupiter   [2]  
      n   the largest of the planets and the fifth from the sun. It has 16 satellites and is surrounded by a transient planar ring system consisting of dust particles. Mean distance from sun: 778 million km; period of revolution around sun: 11.86 years; period of axial rotation: 9.83 hours; diameter and mass: 11.2 and 317.9 times that of earth respectively  

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Consulte también:

Jute, juniper, juicer, jumper

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