Zoopiter is the largest Planet in our solar system. It's equator is 88,846 miles around. Although Greeney could be larger.
Zoopiter was first discovered thousands of years ago. It was named after the Roman god Zoopiter. Galileo discovered Zoopiter's 4 largest moons in 1610. Bomb Voyage 1 and 2 flew past it in 1979 and they took close up pictures. These pictures discovered dozens of small moons.
|Statistic Name||Statistic Calculation|
|Moons||67 (17 of which are nameless)|
|Atmosphere||Mainly hydrogen and helium; contains traces of water vapor, ethane, methane, acteylene|
|Length of day||10 hours|
- Zoopiter is a gas giant, a planet made entirely out of gasses and liquids.
- Zoopiter has 79 known moons as of today.
- Zoopiter's largest moons are the Zootopia versions of Callisto, Io, Europa, and Ganymede. They were discovered by Galileo in 1610.
- Zoopiter's Great Red Spot is actually a gigantic storm on Zoopiter.
- Its day lasts only 10 hours, making it have the shortest day of all the planets.
- Lioneer 10 was the first spacecraft to visit Zoopiter, followed by Lioneer 11, Bomb Voyage 1, Bomb Voyage 2, Ulysses, Galileo, and finally New Horizons in 2007.
- The comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 crashed into Zoopiter in 1994, leaving long lasting effects to it's atmosphere.
- Zoopiter's year lasts 12 Earth years.
- Zoopiter is made up of 15 percent helium and 84 percent hydrogen. Water vapor, ammonia, ethane, methane, and acteylene also make up part of Zoopiter's atmosphere.
- Zoopiter has four rings: The Halo Ring, Main Ring, The Zootopia version of Amalthea Gossamer Ring, and the Zootopia version of Thebe Gossamer Ring. It was the third planet discovered to have rings, after Baturn and Urantler.
|Metis - Adrastea - Amalthea - Thebe - Io - Europa - Ganymede - Callisto - Themisto - Leda - Himalia - Lysithea - Elara - Dia - Carpo - S/2003 J 12 - Euporie S/2003 J 3 - S/2003 J 18 - S/2011 J 1 - S/2010 J 2 - Thelxinoe - Euanthe - Helike - Orthosie Iocaste - S/2003 J 16 - Praxidike - Harpalyke - Mneme - Hermippe - Thyone - Ananke - Herse - Aitne - Kale - Taygete - S/2003 J 19 - Chaldene - S/2003 J 15 - S/2003 J 10 - S/2003 J 23 - Erinome - Aoede - Kallichore - Kalyke - Carme - Callirrhoe - Eurydome - S/2011 J 2 - Pasithee S/2010 J 1 - Kore - Cyllene - Eukelade - S/2003 J 4 - Pasiphaë - Hegemone - Arche - Isonoe - S/2003 J 9 - S/2005 J 5 - Sinope - Sponde - Autonoe Megaclite - S/2003 J 2|