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These astrologers were interested in Jupiter's location because Jupiter promised greatness and was especially associated with cardinals, and they were interested in the tenth house itself because it was the predictor of one's honors and preferment.
Photo: (1) Scientists discuss Jupiter's Great Red Spot,pictured on the screen at left, at a conference Tuesday.
The probe also recorded winds that actually increased below the cloud tops - to 400 mph - before the probe was annihilated by Jupiter's high temperatures and pressures.
The good news for consumers is that not only will Jupiter's Oxy-fuel technology reduce greenhouse gas emissions from coal burning power plants, it will do so at a cost that will not affect them financially.
They said they were thrilled by the results, getting almost a full hour of data from all six instruments during the probe's 100 mph plunge into Jupiter's pink- and orange-tinged cloud tops.
Even with this moon, Jupiter's retinue would still lag behind that of Saturn, with 18 known moons, and Uranus, which has 20.
That's a smaller yank than Jupiter's pull on the sun.
Jupiter's voice recognition function allows users to give Jupiter voice commands such as "go to the living room.
Images from the Galileo spacecraft reveal that Jupiter's moon Io makes a spectacle of itself in more ways than one: The most volcanically active body in the solar system also generates the most dazzling auroras.
Best believes that Jupiter's operating performance is likely to significantly deteriorate at the year-end 2005 as a result of a series of large losses that impacted the company during the year, including the explosion in the BP Texas City refinery and Hurricane Katrina.
This relationship, called a resonance, also holds true for large dust grains thrown off by the comet and allows Jupiter's gravity to corral the large grains ejected at different times into distinct, narrow strands.
The Jupiter 38' incorporates the features, functionality and performance that Jupiter's customers and admirers have come to expect.