Jupiter Ate Small

Planets To Become Big

Jupiter Is Known as The

Biggest planet in our solar system for a reason, and the scientist have figured out how and why?

Recent Study Explains

That Jupiter ate other tiny planets to become what it is today, 300 times larger than Earth.

Nasa Researchers Studied the Data

Collected by NASA's Juna Space Probe, considering Jupiter's gravitational data and makeup of rocky material at its core.

The Researchers Then Suggested 

That Jupiter ate baby planets, often known as planetesimals to pump its growth to the big giant it is today.

As Jupiter Ate More and More

Baby planets, it's increasing gravity started pulling in large amounts of gas from far distances (the Sun)

Jupiter's Gravity Predominantly

Pulled hydrogen and helium left over from the sun's birth to form its gigantic gas-filled atmosphere.

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