Aoede, also known as Jupiter XLI, J XLI and S/2003 J 7, is one of the many moons orbiting Jupiter. Aoede has a mass of 89,920,105,985,832 kilograms, a volume of cubic kilometers, a density of 2.6 gram per centimeter cubed and a mean diameter of 4 kilometers. It takes Aoede 761.5 Earth Days to orbit Jupiter.
Profile of Aoede
Aoede was discovered in 2003 by American Astronomer Scott Sander Sheppard who led a team of Astronomers at The University of Hawaii. In March of 2005, it was given the name Aoede. In The Classical World, Aoede was the daughter of The King of The gods Jupiter and The Muse of Song.
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