Jupiter is a giant ball of atmosphere; there's no
ground as you would imagine it. There's nothing to
land on - trying to land on Jupiter would
result in you going deeper and deeper until you
are either crushed by the pressure or cooked by
the heat (it gets warmer as you go into the
atmosphere of Jupiter just as it gets warmer as
you come down from the mountains on Earth, for the
It might be possible to build a balloon or
something that could suspend itself in Jupiter's
atmosphere where it would be habitable, pressure
and temperature-wise, but we don't yet have the
technology needed to do that. Also, Jupiter's
atmosphere is mostly hydrogen and helium - we
wouldn't be able to breathe.
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