- Jupiter (disambiguation)
Jupiteris the fifth planet from the Sun.
Jupiter may also refer to:
Jupiter (mythology), supreme Roman deity
* Jupiter's use in astrology
Jupiter, Florida, a town in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States
Jupiter Island, a barrier island in Florida. The town of Jupiter Island, Floridais located on the island. At the southern tip is Jupiter Inlet Colony, Florida.
Jupiter Township, Kittson County, Minnesota
Jupiter, North Carolina
Jupiter, Romania, a summer resort on the Black Sea
* HMS "Jupiter", three ships of the British Royal Navy
* "Jupiter" (tugboat), a historic tugboat preserved in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
* "Jupiter" (locomotive), another name for the Central Pacific No. 60 locomotive, best known for its role in the "Golden Spike" ceremony
Jowett Jupiter, sportscar
* Mozart's Symphony No. 41, nicknamed "Jupiter".
* "Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity", the fourth movement in Gustav Holst's "
The Planets" suite
Jupiter (hymn)or "I Vow to Thee, My Country", a British patriotic song and Anglican hymn
* "Jupiter" (album), an album by Cave In
Jupiter Band Instruments, a brand of woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments
*A line of music synthesizers made by Roland:
* "Jupiter" (Swallow the Moon), a song by Jewel from "Spirit"
* "Jupiter", a song by
Ayaka Hiraharafrom "Odyssey"
* "Jupiter", a song by
Minako Hondafrom "Ave Maria"
* "Jupiter", a song by the
Presidents of the United States of America
* "Jupiter", a song by 311 from "Transistor"
* "Jupiter", by the Red Hot Chili Peppers
Hey Jupiter" by Tori Amos, from "Boys For Pele"
* "Jupiter" (Bump of Chicken album), an album by Bump of Chicken
Jupiter (company), Japanese game and hardware development studio
Jupitermedia Corporation, U.S. company that manages Internet properties
Conrad Jupiters, Australian casino
* Jupiters Limited, Australian gambling company that merged with
* "Jupiter" (novel), from the "Grand Tour" novel series by Ben Bova
* Makoto Kino aka Sailor Jupiter, character in "Sailor Moon"
* "Jupiter II", spaceship in the television series "
Lost in Space"
* Jupiter Jones, a character from the
Three Investigatorsjuvenile detective book series
Jupiter Dolichenus, Roman god created from the synchronisation of Jupiter and a Baal cult of Commagene in Asia Minor
Jupiter JVM, Java virtual machine
Jupiter project, DEC project for a PDP-11 replacement
Operation Jupiter, several military plans during World War II
Jupiter and Lake Worth Railwayin Florida.
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