Jupiter is the largest planet in our Solar System. Its mass is about two and a half times of all the planets added together, the diameter is eleven times the earth's and its volume is 1,300 times bigger. Jupiter is the fifth planet from the sun and is a jovian planet.
STRUCTURE OF JUPITER
Jupiter has no definite surface surface and is made of gas, but at the centre, a rocky core is present. The temperature there is about 20,000-30,000 degrees celsius. The mantle's liquid hydrogen behaves like molten metal because because of the high pressure. Jupiter mostly consists of hydrogen(88%) and helium(11%) plus a tiny amount of other chemicals that give the clouds their colour. Because Jupiter is not solid, different parts rotate at different rate.
ENVIRONMENT OF JUPITER
Little is known about Jupiter's atmospheric conditions because of the material of the planet and the storms in its atmosphere. The planet's surface is probably liquid and the atmosphere is stormy, with winds and lightning. The surface is indeed very cold, approximately -150 degrees celsius.