What Are the Names of Jupiters Moons?

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The names of the Jupiter's moons are Metis, Andrastea, Amalthea, Theve, Lo, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Leda, Himali and Lysithea. Jupiter is the largest planet within the solar system and the fifth furthest planet from the sun.
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Jupiter has 63 confirmed moons. See related links for a list of their names.
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Jupiter has 57 moons. The include Lo, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Metia,
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62 moons of Jupiter: 1. Io 2. Europa 3. Ganymede 4. Callisto 5. Amalthea 6. Himalia 7. Elara 8. Pasiphae 9. Sinope 10. Lysithea 11. Carme 12. Ananke 13. MORE?
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The four large Galilean moons (the ones easy to see with a small telescope): Io Europa Ganymede Callisto Others: Amalthea Adrastea Metis Thebe Leda Himalia Lysithea Elara Ananke Carme
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Jupiter has 64 moons, including Ganymede, Callisto, Io, Europa, Metis, Adrastea, Amalthea and Thebe.
The names of Jupiter include: Europa, Lo, Himalia, Callisto, Amalthea, Ananke, Matis, Taygete, Megaclite, Themisto, Elara, Himalia, Thebe, Megaclite, Sinope, Pasiphae, Mneme, Carpo, Arche and Helike. Others include: Kale, Aitne, Isonoe, Locaste, Aoede, Euanthe, Kore and Herse.
The earth has one moon. Jupiter has 57 moons around it .The forur closer are: inorder from Jupiter are Metis, Adrastea, Amalthea, and Thebe. Still in order after the Galilean Satellites are recently discovered Themisto, Leda, Himalia, Lysithea, and Elara. Then there are four more recently discovered moons, Ananke, and three more moons, of which scientists know little about. After these seven come Ananke, Carme, Pasiphaë, and Sinope, with two more moons in-between Pasiphaë and Sinope. After Sinope, 12 more moons are found.
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