Jupiter - June 5, 2007
The semi-major axis of Jupiter's orbit about the sun is 5.2 Astronomical Units (778 million km or 483 million miles).
The planet has a diameter of roughly 88,789 miles (142,984 km) at the equator.
Proposal 11096: K. Noll (STScI), H. Weaver (Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory), A. Simon-Miller (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), M. Mutchler, H. Bond, C. Christian, Z. Levay, L. Frattare, F. Hamilton, W. Januszewski, and T. Roman (STScI), J. Clarke Boston University), and J. Spencer (Southwest Research Institute)
Proposal 11310: A. Sanchez-Lavega, S. Perez-Hoyos, R. Hueso (University of the Basque Country), E. Garcia-Melendo (Institute for Space Studies of Catalonia, Spain), G. Orton (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), and A. Simon-Miller (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)