S/2000 J11 was discovered on 5 December 2000 by S. S. Sheppard, D. C. Jewitt, Y. R. Fernandez, and G. Magnier of the
University of Hawaii with the 2.2-m reflector on Mauna Kea, Hawaii.
How S/2000 J11 Got its Name:
S/2000 J11 was so designated because it is a satellite (S) that was discovered in 2010, and was the 11th satellite of Jupiter (J) to be found that year.
There is some dispute about whether this moon still exists.