Jupiter got all excited when he saw that little Earth were sending someone to see him.
Goodness, it had been so long since there was someone to listen to him, someone to call a friend, someone to tell him that it was all be okay. He was hoping we were coming to give him hugs and a temporary reprieve from his stalwart watch over his smaller brothers and sisters. He was the biggest of all the planets in the system, and felt that he needed to keep them safe if he could. It had gottern harder as more and more moons flocked to him, seeking his protection from the uncaring cosmic forces, but he did what he could. He was proud of his sibling planets for helping their own moons, but the bulk of the burden fell to him. That is why he got all excited to see a messenger from little Earth. It had been so long since he'd heard news from his smaller sister.
Ever since Mars lost the fledgeling life on growing on his skin both he and Earth had grown quiet. Mars mourned their passing. His core, bright and hot, had gradually petered out until there was nothing left but a bitter, frozen lump. Earth had done what she could, Jupiter had heard, but he could see that she was having a hard time with her brother's sadness. Jupiter was so excited to heat Earth's little messenger. Hopefully it would be good news. Did Mars clean himself up and support life once more? Jupiter hoped so. His younger brother had always been so cheerful when talking about them. The giant cleaned himself and his moons as best he could—look your best for family he always thought—and waited patiently as the curious little box grew larger and larger.
It was something quite unlike the terrestrial messengers he normally received. A bizarre contraption of metal and wires, it remained silent as it entered his orbit with mechanical precision. It had been sending out transmissions and receiving others from the direction of Earthi this entire time, but after capturing into orbit those transmissions multiplied exponentially. Sensors and cameras opened up on the craft's surface probing him and snapping pictures of his bare surface. It also paid the same disrepectful attention to his little moons, scanning any that came near in their curiousity and beaming the invasive results back to Earth. What was his little sister thinking? Why would she do this to him? They had always been friends, though they had drifted in the time since Mars was overcome with grief. More than anything Jupiter felt violated. The other planets knew that taking nude photos of your siblings and beaming them across the system was wrong, yet here little Earth was doing it.
There was nothing else to say about it. Jupiter was feeling a little blue.
Edit: My mind does weird things when it wakes up after taking some powerful sleeping meds on only three hours of sleep.