King of the planets, Jupiter has a circumference of 439,264 kilometers. That's bigger than any of the other planets.
Jupiter has a volume of 1,431,281,810,739,360 cubic kilometers. More than 1,300 Earths could fit inside of it!
If we put Jupiter on a balance, it would have a mass of 1,898,130,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kilograms. That's a number so big, the font on this website had to changed so that it could fit.
Because it's a gas giant, Jupiter's density is a relatively low 1.33 grams / cubic centimeter. It would still sink in water, though.
Because of it's huge mass, Jupiter has a gravitational pull of 24.79 meters / seconds squared.
Despite its huge size, Jupiter moves quickly. It completes a rotation in just 9.9 hours!
Farther our in the solar system than the terrestrial planets, Jupiter takes 11.8 earth years to revolve around the Sun.
Jupiter has a tilt of 3.1 degrees, meaning it's just barely titled.
Jupiter is cold! The average temperature is -148 degrees Celsius.