import mwparserfromhell
import pywikibot
ma_page = pywikibot.Site('en', 'wikipedia')
page = pywikibot.Page(ma_page,'Jupiter')
mon_text = page.get()
wikicode = mwparserfromhell.parse(mon_text)
templates = wikicode.filter_templates()
print(templates)
['{{about|the planet|the Roman god|Jupiter (mythology)|other uses}}', '{{pp-move-indef}}', '{{pp-semi-indef}}', '{{Use mdy dates|date=September 2017}}', '{{Infobox planet\n| name = Jupiter\n| symbol = [[File:Jupiter symbol.svg|25px|Astronomical symbol of Jupiter]]\n| image = Jupiter and its shrunken Great Red Spot.jpg\n| image_size = 260px\n| alt = An image of Jupiter taken by the Hubble Space Telescope\n| caption = Full-disc view of Jupiter in natural color in April 2014<ref group=lower-alpha name=caption>This image was taken by the [[Hubble Space Telescope]], using the [[Wide Field Camera 3]], on April 21, 2014. Jupiter\'s atmosphere and its appearance [[Atmosphere of Jupiter#Dynamics|constantly changes]], and hence its current appearance today may not resemble what it was when this image was taken. Depicted in this image, however, are a few features that remain consistent, such as the famous [[Great Red Spot]], featured prominently in the lower right of the image, and the planet\'s recognizable banded appearance.</ref>\n| orbit_ref =<ref name="VSOP87" />\n| epoch = [[J2000]]\n| aphelion = {{val|5.45492|u=AU}} ({{val|816.04|ul=Gm}})\n| perihelion = {{val|4.95029|u=AU}} ({{val|740.55|u=Gm}})\n| semimajor = {{val|5.20260|u=AU}} ({{val|778.299|u=Gm}})\n| eccentricity = {{val|0.048498}}\n| inclination =\n  {{plainlist |\n* 1.303° to [[ecliptic]]\n* 6.09° to [[Sun]]\'s [[equator]]\n* 0.32° to [[invariable plane]]<ref name=meanplane>{{cite web |date=April 3, 2009 |title=The MeanPlane (Invariable plane) of the Solar System passing through the barycenter |url=http://home.surewest.net/kheider/astro/MeanPlane.gif |accessdate=April 10, 2009 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://www.webcitation.org/5glwILykY?url=http://home.comcast.net/~kpheider/MeanPlane.gif |archivedate=May 14, 2009 |df= }} (produced with [http://chemistry.unina.it/~alvitagl/solex/ Solex 10]  {{webarchive|url=https://www.webcitation.org/5gOzK38bc?url=http://chemistry.unina.it/~alvitagl/solex/ |date=April 29, 2009 }} written by Aldo Vitagliano; see also [[Invariable plane]])</ref>\n  }}\n| asc_node = 100.464°\n| arg_peri = 273.867°\n| mean_anomaly = 20.020°\n| period =\n  {{plainlist |\n* {{val|11.8618|u=[[julian year (astronomy)|yr]]}}\n* {{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|4332.59|u=days}}}}\n* {{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|10475.8}}}} Jovian [[solar day]]s<ref name="planet_years">{{cite web |url=http://cseligman.com/text/sky/rotationvsday.htm |title=Rotation Period and Day Length |last=Seligman |first=Courtney |accessdate=August 13, 2009}}</ref>\n  }}\n| synodic_period = {{val|398.88|u=days}}<ref name="fact" />\n| avg_speed = 13.07&nbsp;km/s<ref name="fact" />\n| satellites = [[moons of Jupiter|69]] ({{as of|2017|lc=y}})\n| physical_characteristics = yes\n| flattening = {{val|0.06487|0.00015}} <!-- calculated from data in ref name="Seidelmann Archinal A\'hearn et al. 2007" -->\n| equatorial_radius =\n  {{plainlist |\n* {{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|71492|4|u=km}}}}<ref name="Seidelmann Archinal A\'hearn et al. 2007" /><ref group=lower-alpha name=1bar>Refers to the level of 1 bar atmospheric pressure</ref>\n* 11.209 [[Earth]]s\n  }}\n| polar_radius =\n  {{plainlist |\n* {{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|66854|10|u=km}}}}<ref name="Seidelmann Archinal A\'hearn et al. 2007" /><ref group=lower-alpha name=1bar />\n* 10.517&nbsp;Earths\n  }}\n| mean_radius = {{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|69911|6|u=km}}}}<ref name="Seidelmann Archinal A\'hearn et al. 2007" /><ref group=lower-alpha name=1bar />\n| surface_area =\n  {{plainlist |\n* {{val|6.1419|e=10|u=km2}}<ref group=lower-alpha name=1bar /><ref name="nasafact">{{cite web |url=http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Jupiter&Display=Facts |title=Solar System Exploration: Jupiter: Facts & Figures |work=NASA |date=May 7, 2008}}</ref>\n* 121.9 Earths\n  }}\n| volume =\n  {{plainlist |\n* {{val|1.4313|e=15|u=km3}}<ref name="fact" /><ref group=lower-alpha name=1bar />\n* {{val|fmt=commas|1321|u=Earths}}\n  }}\n| mass =\n  {{plainlist |\n* {{val|1.8986|e=27|u=kg}}<ref name="fact" />\n* 317.8&nbsp;Earths\n* 1/1047 Sun<ref name=ssd-constants>{{cite web |title=Astrodynamic Constants |publisher=JPL Solar System Dynamics |date=February 27, 2009 |url=http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/?constants |accessdate=August 8, 2007}}</ref>\n   }}\n| density = {{val|1.326|u=g/cm3}}<ref name="fact" /><ref group=lower-alpha name=1bar_b>Based on the volume within the level of 1 bar atmospheric pressure</ref>\n| surface_grav = {{val|24.79|ul=m/s2}}<ref name="fact" /><ref group=lower-alpha name=1bar /><br/>2.528&nbsp;[[g-force|g]]\n| moment_of_inertia_factor = {{val|0.254|}}<ref name="PS15">{{cite book |last2=Lissauer |first2=Jack J. |last1=de Pater |first1=Imke |title=Planetary Sciences |date=2015 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=stFpBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA250 |page=250 |publisher=Cambridge University Press |location=New York |isbn=978-0521853712 |edition=2nd updated}}</ref> (estimate)\n| escape_velocity = 59.5&nbsp;km/s<ref name="fact" /><ref group=lower-alpha name=1bar />\n| sidereal_day = 9.925&nbsp;h<ref>{{cite web |author=Seidelmann, P. K. |author2=Abalakin, V. K. |author3=Bursa, M. |author4=Davies, M. E. |author5=de Burgh, C. |author6=Lieske, J. H. |author7=Oberst, J. |author8=Simon, J. L. |author9=Standish, E. M. |author10 = Stooke, P. |author11=Thomas, P. C. |date=2001 |url=http://www.hnsky.org/iau-iag.htm |title=Report of the IAU/IAG Working Group on Cartographic Coordinates and Rotational Elements of the Planets and Satellites: 2000 |publisher=HNSKY Planetarium Program |accessdate=February 2, 2007}}</ref> (9 h 55 m 30 s)\n| rot_velocity = 12.6&nbsp;km/s <br/> {{val|45300|u=km/h}}\n| axial_tilt = 3.13° (to orbit)<ref name="fact"/>\n| right_asc_north_pole = 268.057° <br/> {{RA|17|52|14}}<ref name="Seidelmann Archinal A\'hearn et al. 2007" />\n| declination = 64.496°<ref name="Seidelmann Archinal A\'hearn et al. 2007" />\n| albedo = 0.343 ([[Bond albedo|Bond]])<br/>0.52 ([[Geometric albedo|geom.]])<ref name="fact" />\n| magnitude = {{val|-1.6}} to {{val|-2.94}}<ref name="fact" />\n| angular_size = 29.8″ to 50.1″<ref name="fact" />\n| pronounced = {{IPAc-en|audio=en-us-Jupiter.ogg|ˈ|dʒ|uː|p|ɪ-|t|ər}}<ref>Jupiter, entry in the Oxford English Dictionary, prepared by J. A. Simpson and E. S. C. Weiner, vol. 8, second edition, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989. {{ISBN|0-19-861220-6}} (vol. 8), {{ISBN|0-19-861186-2}} (set.)</ref>\n| adjectives = [[Jovian (disambiguation)|Jovian]]\n| temperatures = yes\n| temp_name1 = 1 bar level\n| min_temp_1 =\n| mean_temp_1 = 165&nbsp;[[Kelvin|K]] (−108 °C)<ref name="fact" />\n| max_temp_1 =\n| temp_name2 = 0.1 bar\n| min_temp_2 =\n| mean_temp_2 = 112&nbsp;K<ref name="fact" />\n| max_temp =\n| atmosphere = yes\n| atmosphere_ref =\n<ref name="fact" />\n| surface_pressure = 20–200&nbsp;[[Pascal (unit)|kPa]]<ref>{{cite journal |author=Anonymous |title=Probe Nephelometer |journal=Galileo Messenger |publisher=NASA/JPL |date=March 1983 |issue=6 |url=http://www2.jpl.nasa.gov/galileo/messenger/oldmess/2Probe.html |accessdate=February 12, 2007}}</ref> (cloud&nbsp;layer)\n| scale_height = 27&nbsp;km\n| atmosphere_composition = by volume:<br/>\n{{aligned table|cols=2\n| 89.8±2.0%  | [[hydrogen]] (H<sub>2</sub>)\n| 10.2±2.0%  | [[helium]] (He)\n| ≈&thinsp;0.3%  | [[methane]] (CH<sub>4</sub>)\n| ≈&thinsp;0.026%  | [[ammonia]] (NH<sub>3</sub>)\n| ≈&thinsp;0.003%  | [[hydrogen deuteride]] (HD)\n| 0.0006%  | [[ethane]] (C<sub>2</sub>H<sub>6</sub>)\n| 0.0004%  | water (H<sub>2</sub>O)\n}}\n\'\'\'Ices\'\'\':\n* [[ammonia]] (NH<sub>3</sub>)\n* [[water (molecule)|water]] (H<sub>2</sub>O)\n* [[ammonium hydrosulfide]] (NH<sub>4</sub>SH)\n}}', '{{val|5.45492|u=AU}}', '{{val|816.04|ul=Gm}}', '{{val|4.95029|u=AU}}', '{{val|740.55|u=Gm}}', '{{val|5.20260|u=AU}}', '{{val|778.299|u=Gm}}', '{{val|0.048498}}', "{{plainlist |\n* 1.303° to [[ecliptic]]\n* 6.09° to [[Sun]]'s [[equator]]\n* 0.32° to [[invariable plane]]<ref name=meanplane>{{cite web |date=April 3, 2009 |title=The MeanPlane (Invariable plane) of the Solar System passing through the barycenter |url=http://home.surewest.net/kheider/astro/MeanPlane.gif |accessdate=April 10, 2009 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://www.webcitation.org/5glwILykY?url=http://home.comcast.net/~kpheider/MeanPlane.gif |archivedate=May 14, 2009 |df= }} (produced with [http://chemistry.unina.it/~alvitagl/solex/ Solex 10]  {{webarchive|url=https://www.webcitation.org/5gOzK38bc?url=http://chemistry.unina.it/~alvitagl/solex/ |date=April 29, 2009 }} written by Aldo Vitagliano; see also [[Invariable plane]])</ref>\n  }}", '{{cite web |date=April 3, 2009 |title=The MeanPlane (Invariable plane) of the Solar System passing through the barycenter |url=http://home.surewest.net/kheider/astro/MeanPlane.gif |accessdate=April 10, 2009 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://www.webcitation.org/5glwILykY?url=http://home.comcast.net/~kpheider/MeanPlane.gif |archivedate=May 14, 2009 |df= }}', '{{webarchive|url=https://www.webcitation.org/5gOzK38bc?url=http://chemistry.unina.it/~alvitagl/solex/ |date=April 29, 2009 }}', '{{plainlist |\n* {{val|11.8618|u=[[julian year (astronomy)|yr]]}}\n* {{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|4332.59|u=days}}}}\n* {{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|10475.8}}}} Jovian [[solar day]]s<ref name="planet_years">{{cite web |url=http://cseligman.com/text/sky/rotationvsday.htm |title=Rotation Period and Day Length |last=Seligman |first=Courtney |accessdate=August 13, 2009}}</ref>\n  }}', '{{val|11.8618|u=[[julian year (astronomy)|yr]]}}', '{{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|4332.59|u=days}}}}', '{{val|fmt=commas|4332.59|u=days}}', '{{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|10475.8}}}}', '{{val|fmt=commas|10475.8}}', '{{cite web |url=http://cseligman.com/text/sky/rotationvsday.htm |title=Rotation Period and Day Length |last=Seligman |first=Courtney |accessdate=August 13, 2009}}', '{{val|398.88|u=days}}', '{{as of|2017|lc=y}}', '{{val|0.06487|0.00015}}', '{{plainlist |\n* {{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|71492|4|u=km}}}}<ref name="Seidelmann Archinal A\'hearn et al. 2007" /><ref group=lower-alpha name=1bar>Refers to the level of 1 bar atmospheric pressure</ref>\n* 11.209 [[Earth]]s\n  }}', '{{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|71492|4|u=km}}}}', '{{val|fmt=commas|71492|4|u=km}}', '{{plainlist |\n* {{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|66854|10|u=km}}}}<ref name="Seidelmann Archinal A\'hearn et al. 2007" /><ref group=lower-alpha name=1bar />\n* 10.517&nbsp;Earths\n  }}', '{{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|66854|10|u=km}}}}', '{{val|fmt=commas|66854|10|u=km}}', '{{nowrap|{{val|fmt=commas|69911|6|u=km}}}}', '{{val|fmt=commas|69911|6|u=km}}', '{{plainlist |\n* {{val|6.1419|e=10|u=km2}}<ref group=lower-alpha name=1bar /><ref name="nasafact">{{cite web |url=http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Jupiter&Display=Facts |title=Solar System Exploration: Jupiter: Facts & Figures |work=NASA |date=May 7, 2008}}</ref>\n* 121.9 Earths\n  }}', '{{val|6.1419|e=10|u=km2}}', '{{cite web |url=http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Jupiter&Display=Facts |title=Solar System Exploration: Jupiter: Facts & Figures |work=NASA |date=May 7, 2008}}', '{{plainlist |\n* {{val|1.4313|e=15|u=km3}}<ref name="fact" /><ref group=lower-alpha name=1bar />\n* {{val|fmt=commas|1321|u=Earths}}\n  }}', '{{val|1.4313|e=15|u=km3}}', '{{val|fmt=commas|1321|u=Earths}}', '{{plainlist |\n* {{val|1.8986|e=27|u=kg}}<ref name="fact" />\n* 317.8&nbsp;Earths\n* 1/1047 Sun<ref name=ssd-constants>{{cite web |title=Astrodynamic Constants |publisher=JPL Solar System Dynamics |date=February 27, 2009 |url=http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/?constants |accessdate=August 8, 2007}}</ref>\n   }}', '{{val|1.8986|e=27|u=kg}}', '{{cite web |title=Astrodynamic Constants |publisher=JPL Solar System Dynamics |date=February 27, 2009 |url=http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/?constants |accessdate=August 8, 2007}}', '{{val|1.326|u=g/cm3}}', '{{val|24.79|ul=m/s2}}', '{{val|0.254|}}', '{{cite book |last2=Lissauer |first2=Jack J. |last1=de Pater |first1=Imke |title=Planetary Sciences |date=2015 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=stFpBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA250 |page=250 |publisher=Cambridge University Press |location=New York |isbn=978-0521853712 |edition=2nd updated}}', '{{cite web |author=Seidelmann, P. K. |author2=Abalakin, V. K. |author3=Bursa, M. |author4=Davies, M. E. |author5=de Burgh, C. |author6=Lieske, J. H. |author7=Oberst, J. |author8=Simon, J. L. |author9=Standish, E. M. |author10 = Stooke, P. |author11=Thomas, P. C. |date=2001 |url=http://www.hnsky.org/iau-iag.htm |title=Report of the IAU/IAG Working Group on Cartographic Coordinates and Rotational Elements of the Planets and Satellites: 2000 |publisher=HNSKY Planetarium Program |accessdate=February 2, 2007}}', '{{val|45300|u=km/h}}', '{{RA|17|52|14}}', '{{val|-1.6}}', '{{val|-2.94}}', '{{IPAc-en|audio=en-us-Jupiter.ogg|ˈ|dʒ|uː|p|ɪ-|t|ər}}', '{{ISBN|0-19-861220-6}}', '{{ISBN|0-19-861186-2}}', '{{cite journal |author=Anonymous |title=Probe Nephelometer |journal=Galileo Messenger |publisher=NASA/JPL |date=March 1983 |issue=6 |url=http://www2.jpl.nasa.gov/galileo/messenger/oldmess/2Probe.html |accessdate=February 12, 2007}}', '{{aligned table|cols=2\n| 89.8±2.0%  | [[hydrogen]] (H<sub>2</sub>)\n| 10.2±2.0%  | [[helium]] (He)\n| ≈&thinsp;0.3%  | [[methane]] (CH<sub>4</sub>)\n| ≈&thinsp;0.026%  | [[ammonia]] (NH<sub>3</sub>)\n| ≈&thinsp;0.003%  | [[hydrogen deuteride]] (HD)\n| 0.0006%  | [[ethane]] (C<sub>2</sub>H<sub>6</sub>)\n| 0.0004%  | water (H<sub>2</sub>O)\n}}', '{{cite web |last=De Crespigny |first=Rafe |title=Emperor Huan and Emperor Ling |url=http://www.anu.edu.au/asianstudies/decrespigny/HuanLing_part2.pdf |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20060907044624/http://www.anu.edu.au/asianstudies/decrespigny/HuanLing_part2.pdf |archivedate=September 7, 2006 |work=Asian studies, Online Publications |accessdate=May 1, 2012 |quote=Xu Huang apparently complained that the astronomy office had failed to give them  proper emphasis to the eclipse and to other portents, including the movement of the planet Jupiter (taisui). 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