Euporie (eayst)

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Euporie
Enmys shallidaghS/2001 J 10 Edit the value on Wikidata
Enmyn elleyJupiter XXXIV
Sorçheayst Jupiter
Feddynit magh ecScott S. Sheppard
David Clifford Jewitt
Jan Kleyna Edit the value on Wikidata
Date feddyn maghMee ny Nollick 11, 2001
EpennymEuporie (en) Translate
Moir-redJupiter
Fysserree fishigagh
Apoapsis20,921,148 km Edit the value on Wikidata
Periapsis17,255,753 km Edit the value on Wikidata
Essyl vooar a19,088,450 km
Corrid e0.1432
Amm cruinlagh P538.78 d
Cleayn i145.8 °[1]
Troyn fishigagh as rollageagh meadragh
Crantessen2 km Edit the value on Wikidata
Mooadys baghtal (V)23.1 Edit the value on Wikidata
Glout15 Pg[2] Edit the value on Wikidata
Albedo0.04 Edit the value on Wikidata
Çhiassid eaghtyragh
124 K Edit the value on Wikidata

She fo-phlanaid najooragh Jupiter eh Euporie, ta goll er enney chammah myr Jupiter XXXIV. V'eh feddynit magh liorish fwirran rollageyderyn voish Ollooscoill Hawaii fo stiurey Scott S. Sheppard ayns 2001, as va'n enmys shallidagh S/2001 J 10 currit er.[3][4]

Ta Euporie mysh 2 chilomeadar er crantessen as t'eh cruinlaghey Jupiter er foddeeaght veanagh er 19,088 Mm ayns 538.780 laaghyn, ec cleaney er 145° da'n ecliptagh (145° da meanchiarkyl Jupiter), ayns troa cooyl-ghraadagh as lesh corrid er 0.144 echey.

V'eh enmyssit ayns Luanistyn 2003 ass Euporie, ben-jee Greagagh y phalçhey as nane jeh ny Horae ayns feayn-skeealleydaght y Ghreag (as, rere shen, she neen lesh Zeus ee).[5] She oltey phossan Ananke t'eh.

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  1. Reference URL: https://sites.google.com/carnegiescience.edu/sheppard/moons/jupitermoons?pli=1.
  2. Reference URL: https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/?sat_phys_par. Retrieved: 5 Mean Fouyir 2020.
  3. Daniel W. E. Green (16 Boaldyn 2002). IAUC 7900: Satellites of Jupiter. International Astronomical Union.
  4. Brian G. Marsden (15 Boaldyn 2002). MPEC 2002-J54: Eleven New Satellites of Jupiter. International Astronomical Union Minor Planet Center.
  5. Daniel W. E. Green (8 Luanistyn 2002). IAUC 8177: Satellites of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus. International Astronomical Union. Er ny hashtey veih'n lhieggan bunneydagh as er ny gheddyn er 27 Mayrnt 2012.