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New Jupiter Moons Discovered
New MOONS discovered orbiting Jupiter
Jupiter has twelve new moons.
Sharing the recent news about Jupiter’s Day ~ Thursday!
(Each day of the week is connected with a different planet)
This is a fun article on the growing number of Jupiter’s Moons that have been discovered. Wow – 79 Jupiterean moons are now documented.
“Jupiter’s family has really grown since Galileo first recorded its four largest moons in 1610”.
On July 17, 2018, “the International Astronomical Union (IAU) announced the discovery of 10 new moons orbiting Jupiter.
This brings the roster of Jupiter’s known natural satellites to 79″.
“One of these new moons turned out to be a bit of a rebel. Of the 12 latest moons to join Jupiter’s family, it’s a maverick whose odd orbit may give astronomers crucial insights to understanding how the moons of Jupiter came to be”.
Go here to read the entire article: http://www.astronomy.com/news/2018/07/jupiters-twelve-new-moons