Satellite of the planet Jupiter. See TABLE 7. JUPITER - SATELLITE DATA
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The ninth moon of Jupiter; a small, irregular moon that orbits inside, and does not belong to, the two main dynamical clusters of jovian irregular moons. Its discovery was announced in 2000 by Scott Sheppard, David Jewitt, Yan Fernandez, and Eugene Magnier. Themisto has a prograde (direct) orbit wit...
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Themisto, in astronomy, one of the 39 known moons, or natural satellites, of Jupiter.
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In Greek mythology, ThemistoPronunciation-needed (Θεμιστώ), daughter of Hypseus, was the third and last wife of Athamas. According to some sources, she had four children by him: Leucon, Erythrius, Schoeneus, and Ptous. In other sources there were but two: Sphincius and Orchomenus, or else Schoeneus and Leucon. Some say that the father of Le
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