> On a website dealing with Jupiter
> it is written.
> Jupiter is just about as large in diameter as a gas planet can
> be. If more material were to be added, it would be compressed by gravity
> that the overall radius would increase only slightly.
> This is logical on the face of it...i suppose....but haven't we recently
> told about "superjovians" that orbit other stars?
Superjovian in mass, not diameter. Actually, since all we can detect right
now is their mass, we have no idea about their size.
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