# Does Jupiter rotate at the same speed at every depth?

Jupiter rotates in less than 10 hours. Its rotation is differential, with the upper layers of the atmosphere spinning a bit faster at the equator than at higher latitudes. Do the inner layers of Jupiter rotate at the same (angular) speed as the outmost layers of the atmosphere?

• Well, if the inner layers have the same angular speed then they have a lower linear speed. Nov 10 '20 at 13:36