By Seymour Simon
Describes the features of the planet Jupiter and its moons as published by way of photos despatched again by way of unmanned Voyager spaceships which took one-and-one part years to arrive this far away gigantic.
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Describes the features of the planet Jupiter and its moons as printed by means of pictures despatched again by means of unmanned Voyager spaceships which took one-and-one part years to arrive this far away large.
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But millions of Ganymede was very hot beneath its sur- The heat caused volcanoes canic heat melted the ice and to erupt. it The vol- turned to water. The water then seeped under the surface and froze again. The surface of Ganymede is very wrinkled. The thin white lines are long, narrow hills or ridges of ice mixed with dust and rock. Dark grooves or valleys lie between the ridges. The icy ridges are a few hundred feet high, several miles wide, and hundreds of miles long. What caused the ridges?
The outer photograph ring of the crater in the is about fifteen hundred miles across. When the planets formed, more than four billion years ago, meteors barded the surfaces of moons. Callisto most of the lo, is of Jupiter's the only one craters many of the all bom- where have remained. On early craters have disap- peared because volcanoes covered the surfaces with melted rocks. On Europa and Ganymede, ice covered most of the craters. But on Callisto, little has hap- pened since the craters were formed.
T :' . i. I n . •, . :i . I . ^unl ami beautitul world, from its brightly colored clouds and super-hurrica ocean Jupiter's "surface," an 1 ol Ii jmuI \\\ drogen ten thousand miles deep Jupiter gives young readers a close-up look at this strange and mysterious plan et.
Jupiter by Seymour Simon