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New Moon Over Jupiter
New Moon Over Jupiter
18 Dec 2002
(Source: International Astronomical Union)

Circular No. 8035
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S/2002 J 1 Further to IAUCs 7555 and 7900, S. S. Sheppard reports the discovery of another satellite of Jupiter with the 2.2-m reflector at Mauna Kea. The astrometry is given on MPEC 2002-Y22, along with orbital elements by B. G. Marsden showing this to be another retrograde satellite (i = 163 deg, P = 748.5 days, H = 15.7).

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2002 December 18 (8035) Daniel W. E. Green

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