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The planet Jupiter is the second-largest object in the solar system—only the sun is larger. Unlike rocky planets like the Earth and Mars, Jupiter is a "gas giant," made almost entirely of the elements hydrogen and helium. Jupiter's core, however, is similar to the iron and nickel core of Earth.


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3.11: Massachusetts History and Social Science Curriculum Framework

Identify when the students' own town or city was founded, and describe the different groups of people who have settled in the community since its founding. (H, G)

3.11: Oregon Social Sciences Academic Content Standards

Explain the influence of humans (traders, immigrants, indigenous, current residents) on Oregon's and the Northwest's physical systems.

3.11: History and Social Science Standards of Learning for Virginia Public Schools

The student will explain the importance of the basic principles that form the foundation of a republican form of government by
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