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    Describe how the four Jovian planets get their colors.

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    The scientific realm of astronomy has outlined that there are four Jovian planets in our Solar System; Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. From Earth these planets emit different colors based on their atmospheric make up. The cloud layers of Jupiter and Saturn consist of ammonia, ammonium hydrosulfide, and water; contrary to, Uranus and Neptune is primarily made of methane (LASP, ...

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    This solution of 240 words describes how the four Jovian planets get their colors. References used are included.

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