SB 5.22.15

tata upariṣṭād dvi-lakṣa-yojanāntara-gatā bhagavān bṛhaspatir ekaikasmin rāśau parivatsaraṁ parivatsaraṁ carati yadi na vakraḥ syāt prāyeṇānukūlo brāhmaṇa-kulasya.
Synonyms: 
tataḥ — that (Mars); upariṣṭāt — above; dvi-lakṣa-yojana-antara-gatāḥ — situated at a distance of 1,600,000 miles; bhagavān — the most powerful planet; bṛhaspatiḥ — Jupiter; eka-ekasmin — in one after another; rāśau — sign; parivatsaram parivatsaram — for the period of Parivatsara; carati — moves; yadi — if; na — not; vakraḥ — curved; syāt — becomes; prāyeṇa — almost always; anukūlaḥ — very favorable; brāhmaṇa-kulasya — to the brāhmaṇas of the universe.
Translation: 
Situated 1,600,000 miles above Mars, or 10,400,000 miles above earth, is the planet Jupiter, which travels through one sign of the zodiac within the period of a Parivatsara. If its movement is not curved, the planet Jupiter is very favorable to the brāhmaṇas of the universe.