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Jupiter’s equatorial diameter is 143,000 km, 11 times greater than the Earth.   However, Jupiter is gaseous and therefore less dense.   Its volume is equivalent to 1,317 Earths, but its mass is only 318 times greater.   Nevertheless, gaseous Jupiter is two and half times heavier than all the other planets in the Solar System put together.