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Comparison: Isonoe vs. Jupiter

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Discovered By
Scott S. Sheppard, David C. Jewitt, Yanga R. Fernandez, and Eugene Magnier
Known by the Ancients
Date of Discovery
23 November 2000
Unknown
Average Orbit Distance
23,231,000 km
778,340,821 km
Perihelion/Perigee (closest)
17,504,559 km
740,679,835 km
Aphelion/Apogee (farthest)
28,957,442 km
816,001,807 km
Equatorial Radius
1.9 (assuming an albedo of 0.04) km
69,911 km
Equatorial Circumference
11.9 km
439,263.8 km
Volume
29 km3
1,431,281,810,739,360 km3
Mass
74,933,421,654,860 kg
1,898,130,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
Density
2.6 g/cm3
1.326 g/cm3
Surface Area
45.36 km2
61,418,738,571 km2
Equatorial Surface Gravity
0.001 m/s2
24.79 m/s2
Escape Velocity
8 km/h
216,720 km/h
Mean Orbit Velocity
8,245.9 km/h
47,002 km/h
Orbit Eccentricity
0.2465
0.04838624
Orbit Inclination to Ecliptic
165.252
1.304 degrees
Orbit Circumference
143,721,469.29 km
4,887,595,931 km

 

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Last Updated: 17 Apr 2014