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Hermippe
Hermippe is a natural satellite of Jupiter. It was named in August 2003 by the IAU, after Hermippe, a lover of Zeus (Jupiter). Hermippe belongs to the Ananke group, retrograde irregular moons which orbit Jupiter between 19.3 and 22.7 gigametres (0.152 astronomical units), at inclinations of roughly 150°. Hermippe (moon) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Short Description Hermippe is a natural satellite of Jupiter. It was named in August 2003 by the IAU, after Hermippe, a lover of Zeus (Jupiter). Hermippe belongs to the Ananke group, retrograde irregular moons which orbit Jupiter between 19.3 and 22.7 gigametres (0.152 astronomical units), at inclinations of roughly 150°. Hermippe (moon) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Discovered by David Jewitt and Scott S. Sheppard
Discovery date 2001
Type Moon
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Satellite of Jupiter
Orbit Retrograde
Apoapsis 08 25 568 500 km
Periapsis 08 16 693 500 km
Semi-major axis 08 21 131 000 km
Distance from Sun 01 5.202 60 au /31
Eccentricity 0.229
Orbital period 633.9 days
Orbital speed 01 2.42 km/s
Inclination to the ecliptic 150.7°
Inclination to the equator 149°
Diameter/Size 01 4 km
Mass 1013×9.0 kg
Density 01 2.6 g/cm3
Surface gravity  0 m/s2
Escape velocity  0 m/s
Albedo geometric 0.04
Temperature mean 03 124 K
Apparent magnitude 22.1
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