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Daily Archives: 29-August-2016
The arrival of the Juno spacecraft at Jupiter has motivated me to take a look a closer look at the Jovian system. I was surprised to see that we have cataloged 67 moons, sixteen of which have been discovered since 2003 and are not yet named. One moon that was new to me is called Metis (Figure 2), which is Jupiter’s innermost moon. It is very tiny and resides within Jupiter’s main ring. Continue reading