If you were to try to “stand” on the apparent surface of Jupiter you would be 71,398 miles from the center, that’s over 11 times larger in radius than the
Earth. First, you would be pulled down through these clouds toward an ocean of liquid hydrogen. As you splash down in the ocean, things begin to heat up and the pressure increases. At the bottom of the ocean, you would sink into a deep layer of liquid metallic hydrogen, and finally encounter a rocky core at 12,000-18,000 km from the center. BUMP!…although long before this, the high temperature and pressures could have crushed you.
So yeah, it wouldn’t have been possible on Jupiter.