Amalthea

Satellite of the planet Jupiter. See TABLE 7. JUPITER - SATELLITE DATA
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Amalthea

small, potato-shaped moon of the planet Jupiter and the only Jovian satellite other than the four discovered by Galileo in 1610 to have been found by ... [1 related articles]
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Amalthea

In Greek mythology, Amalthea was a mountain-spirit, half goddess and half goat, the mother of Pan and the foster mother of Zeus.
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Amalthea

Amalthea imaged by Voyager 1. Credit: NASA An inner moon of Jupiter. Amalthea is the largest of Jupiter's non-Galilean satellites and one of four moons that circle around Jupiter inside the orbit of Io. Amalthea is potato-shaped like the Martian moon Phobos but 10 times bigger. Two large crater...
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Amalthea

Amalthea (ăm"ulthē'u) , in astronomy, one of the 39 known moons, or natural satellites, of Jupiter.
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Amalthea

[moon] Amalthea (ə {respell|am-əl|THEE|ə}; Αμάλθεια) is the third moon of Jupiter in order of distance from the planet. It was discovered on September 9, 1892, by Edward Emerson Barnard and named after Amalthea, a nymph in Greek mythology.{sfn|Barnard|1892} It is also known as Jupiter V. Amalthea is in a close orbit around Jupite...
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