By Srikanto Mandal 29 March, 2023

Ever wondered! How many Earths can fit on Jupiter? 

Although we perceive the Earth to be massive, as it hosts over 7 billion people, it is actually a tiny speck within our Milky Way galaxy. 

Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system.  Jupiter has 16 confirmed moons and four rings.

Jupiter has a radius of about 70,000 kilometers and Earth has a radius of 6370 kilometers.

Jupiter's mass is more than two and a half times greater than the combined mass of all the other planets in our solar system. 

Its enormous size helped earn Jupiter the nickname "King of the Planets." 

It has the strongest magnetic field of all planets, which is 20,000 times that of Earth's magnetic field.

Jupiter has the shortest day of any planet in our solar system, lasting only about 9 hours and 56 minutes. 

However, Jupiter's years are much longer than Earth's; it takes approximately 11.86 Earth years, or 4,332 Earth days, for Jupiter to fully revolve around the sun. 

If we compare the radii of Jupiter and Earth, then approximately 11 Earths could fit inside Jupiter. 

If volume is the criterion by which the question is to be answered, then an astonishing 1,300 Earths could fit inside Jupiter.