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Jupiter’s Revolution/Rotation Jupiter’s length of Revolution: 12 Earth years Jupiter’s length of rotation: 9 earth hours, and 55 Earth Minutes. (About 10 hours) Since Jupiter’s Rotation is very fast, people who like short days will consider coming to Jupiter as a space trip. Plus, Jupiter’s length of revolution is very long, so that yearly offers on Jupiter will be worth a fortune!
About Jupiter Jupiter is a Gas Giant, which includes Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. In fact, you might be surprised that Jupiter is the largest thing we know of in our Solar System, not including the sun. Jupiter can also fit all the planets in it. Jupiter’s Atmosphere is highly toxic with Hydrogen, Helium, Methane, and NH 3, also known as ammonia, makes Jupiter’s Atmosphere almost completely different from our atmosphere. Jupiter’s temperature is very weird too. On the visible surface, the temperatures can range form about -190 degrees, to almost -13 degrees Celsius. Some places can get to 4 degrees Celsius
Jupiter’s Layout Depending on what hotel you go to, the layout will be as easy as possible. The visitor sites will be located underground, so you can see some of the swirling clouds. After the ride, you will come out on the surface, and you will have arrived at your destination.
Space Suits Space suits vary in quality, and type in the different hotels. On the hotel StarSpace J, your space suit will be made our of chemicals inserted in the air resistant clothing, and a oxygen tank to be able to breath. But in the hotel JupiterA, your suit will have filters, carefully filtering the good air from the bad air. Both suits have special computer to monitor the air condition, and your body. It checks to make sure that it provides the right conditions for you.
After all……. After all of this, Jupiter sounds like a great place to live. There is just one little problem. How are you going to get there? It would be pretty frustrating to go ask NASA to borrow one of their space shuttles. So if you book a hotel, the hotels have specially designed aircraft, which will go half as fast of the speed of light. Since you are traveling that fast, time slows down for you. (See Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity). The trip will take only 30 minutes. At the launching pad, there will be lots of cash converters. 1 RMB= 2.5 S$. S$ is space dollars.
Jupiter Jupiter was the Roman god of the sky. He ruled over his brothers, Neptune, and Pluto. He also ruled over the minor gods, and goddesses, Mars and Venus for instance. Jupiter is more commonly known by it’s Greek form, Zeus, and he ruled over his brothers, Poseidon, and Hades. Fast Fact The Roman and the Greek were Enemies. Fast Fact The Roman and the Greek were Enemies.
SpaceStar J The two hotels that you can go to are StarSpace J, and Jupiter A. StarSpace J is rated 3/5 by it’s visitors. StarSpcae J is rated this much because StarSpace co. hosts hotels on every planet, except for Mercury, Venus, and Earth, and it can’t spend a lot of money on one hotel. SpaceStar J has many things. It has an swimming pool, a computer lab, a sports room, and 2 all you can eat buffet. It’s like your average hotel on earth. There’s just one thing that nothing else has. It has a very special gym, which is not your average gym. You can practice running against clouds in the Great Red Spot. You can also feel free to try jumping as high as you can, with Jupiter’s monster gravity. It’s what makes some visitors want to come to SpaceStar J.
Jupiter A StarSpace J’s enemy on Jupiter is Jupiter A. Jupiter A is ranked 4.5/5 by visitors. Jupiter A is very much like StarSpace J. Computer lab, swimming pool, that kind of stuff. But for the swimming pool, there is a giant water slide. It is very fun, and it even has gaps, but over 10 years of service, Jupiter A has reported no accidents. It also has something that Any other hotel has. In the pool, you be submerged in a like a hamster ball thing, and in there, it will provide oxygen, and you can experience zero gravity in there. It is fun it float in mid-air, and if the Hamster ball breaks or leaks, there is a computer that will allow you to control what will happen. The Hamster Ball will immediately go to the surface, and will eject you with a oxygen tank and mask. This is what makes people come to Jupiter A. Learn about it! Jupiter A and SpaceStar co. both launched in 1950. Ever since, they both have been tackling challenges on planets other then Earth. Learn about it! Jupiter A and SpaceStar co. both launched in 1950. Ever since, they both have been tackling challenges on planets other then Earth.
Suites: StarSpace J StarSpace J has multiple suites. J special: Contains bed for 4, 2 restroom, private hot tub(additional fee for use), and a deck that allows you to see the view of Jupiter. Private computer for contacting earth, and our hotel for problems. FAMILY RECOMMENDED Class 2: Bed for 2, pull out couch, one restroom, and Flat Screen TV (can access any channel). MOST POPULAR Private: one restroom, bed for one, couch for one, and desk and chair, plus a regular TV. BUISNESS SINGLE RECOMMENDED
Suites: Jupiter A Jupiter Boss: Contains a Flat Screen TV, 4 beds for 4 (2 beds separated by room), 2 rest rooms, and a sightseeing deck. This suite if you buy it, won’t cost additional fees for anything you do. 25% OFF FROM STARSPACE J Jupiter Man: Bed for 2, TV, desk, restroom, and Computer. MOST POPULAR Jupiter X: Bed for 1, restroom, desk, and unlimited dialing, and free dialing from your own cell phone (If I registered with the number 12345678900, if I called from that number, it won’t cost). BUISNESS RECOMMENDED
Activities: StarSpace J Activity 1: Trampoline jumping from Jupiter’s moons. Activity 2: Swimming in Jupiter’s gooey Hydrogen Activity 3: Kite flying (you’re the kite) in the Great Red Spot.
Activities: Jupiter A Activity 1: Space flying a few thousand miles from Jupiter’s surface. Activity 2: Space Swimming Activity 3: Cloud Floating
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