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Comparison: Thelxinoe vs. Jupiter

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Discovered By
Scott S. Sheppard and Brett J. Gladman
Known by the Ancients
Date of Discovery
9 February 2003
Average Orbit Distance
21,165,000 km
778,340,821 km
Perihelion/Perigee (closest)
16,521,399 km
740,679,835 km
Aphelion/Apogee (farthest)
25,808,601 km
816,001,807 km
Equatorial Radius
1.0 (assuming an albedo of 0.04) km
69,911 km
Equatorial Circumference
6.3 km
439,263.8 km
4 km3
1,431,281,810,739,360 km3
14,986,684,330,972 kg
1,898,130,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
2.6 g/cm3
1.326 g/cm3
Surface Area
12.57 km2
61,418,738,571 km2
Equatorial Surface Gravity
0.001 m/s2
24.79 m/s2
Escape Velocity
5 km/h
216,720 km/h
Orbit Period (Length of Year)
1.719644079 sidereal years
11.862615 sidereal years
Mean Orbit Velocity
8,714.7 km/h
47,002 km/h
Orbit Eccentricity
Orbit Inclination to Ecliptic
1.304 degrees
Orbit Circumference
131,368,538.70 km
4,887,595,931 km


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Last Updated: 25 Mar 2015