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-->S/2000 J 11
was an object believed to be the second-outermost prograde irregular satellite
. It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii
led by Scott S. Sheppard
S/2000 J 11 has not been recovered and is no longer considered a satellite candidate.
The satellite was initially included in the Himalia group
,Sheppard, S. S.
; Jewitt, D. C.
; , Nature, 423
(May 2003), pp. 261-263 but its mean orbital elements were never calculated.
S/2000 J 11 was believed to be about 4 kilometres in diameter, orbiting Jupiter at an average distance of 12.555 Gm (million km) in 287 days, at an inclination
of 28° (to Jupiter's equator), and with an eccentricity
of 0.248.Sheppard, S. S.; Jewitt, D. C.; Porco, C.
; , in Jupiter: The planet, satellites and magnetosphere,
edited by Fran Bagenal, Timothy E. Dowling, William B. McKinnon, Cambridge Planetary Science, Vol. 1, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University... Read More