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What are the names of the 63 moons of Jupiter?
Answer 1:

The names of the 63 moons sof Jupiter are:

Metis, Adrastea, Amalthea, Thebe, Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Themisto, Leda, Himalia, Lysithea, Elara, S/2000, J 11, Carpo, S/2003 J 12, Euporie, S/2003 J 3, S/2003 J 18, Thelxinoe, Euanthe, Helike, Orthosie, Iocaste, S/2003 J 16, Praxidike, Harpalyke, Mneme, Hermippe, Thyone, Ananke, S/2003 J 17, Aitne, Kale, Taygete, S/2003 J 19, Chaldene, S/2003 J 15, S/2003 J 10, S/2003 J 23, Erinome, Aoede, Kallichore, Kalyke, Carme, Callirrhoe, Eurydome, Pasithee, Cyllene, Eukelade, S/2003 J 4, Pasipha, Hegemone, Arche, Isonoe, S/2003 J 9, S/2003 J 5, Sinope, Sponde, Autonoe, S/2003 J 14, Megaclite, S/2003 J 2

For more information, see Jupiter_moons


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