JUPITER IS THE OLD­EST PLANET IN THE SO­LAR SYS­TEM

BBC Earth (Asia) - - Special Feature -

The solid core of Jupiter formed just a mil­lion years

af­ter the Sun, mak­ing it al­most 4.6 bil­lion years old and about 55 mil­lion years older than Earth, a team at Lawrence Liver­more Na­tional Lab­o­ra­tory

has found.

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