Jovian Planets Research Paper

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I would have to say that the atmospheres of Jovian planets and the atmospheres of terrestrial planets similar because they are all part of the same primordial solar nebula. Another similarity is that, they both move around the Sun at an angle orbit with changing eccentricities. Despite the fact, the Jovian and terrestrial planets differ in structure, they both have a solid core which in turn makes the cores of the terrestrial planets are larger than the cores of the Jovian planets.
The textbook defines Jovian planets as the Jupiter-like planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. These planets have relatively low densities (Lutgens & Tarbuck, 2011, pg 430). The atmospheres of the Jovian planets in our solar system are made mostly of hydrogen
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