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Ananke 3 - new EP Released [28-Jul-23]

Updated: Jul 25, 2023

Continuing with the content flow with the next [seventh] release from the group Enizzyo - Ananke 3. This is made up of 8 tracks, the lst in the trilogy of albums covering the Ananke moons of Jupiter



S/2017 J 7

Also known as Jupiter LXVIII, it was discovered by Scott S. Sheppard and his team in 2017

For further information: Jupiter LXVIII - Wikipedia


Thelxinoe

Thelxinoe was named for one of the Muses, who were daughters of Zeus, the Greek equivalent of the Roman god Jupiter. Thelxinoe means charm

Originally called S/2003 J22, Thelxinoe was discovered on Feb. 9, 2003, by Scott S. Sheppard and Brett J. Gladman at the Mauna Kea Observatory in Hawaii


Thyone

Originally called S/2001 J2, Thyone was named for the mother (originally named Semele) of Dionysos by Zeus, the Greek equivalent of the Roman god Jupiter. Her story is similar to that of Lysithea, namesake of another Jovian moon: Zeus promised to do whatever she asked after he impregnated her, and Hera (Zeus' wife and sister) tricked her into asking Zeus to come to her in the same way he appeared before Hera. So Zeus presented himself accompanied by lightning and thunder, which literally scared Thyone to death. Zeus sewed her fetus into his own thigh, so he could carry the child to term. At the appropriate time, Zeus undid the stitches and out popped Dionysus

Thyone was discovered on Dec. 11, 2001, by Scott S. Sheppard, David C. Jewitt and Jan T. Kleyna at the Mauna Kea Observatory in Hawaii


S/2003 J 2

S/2003 J2 was discovered in February or March 2003 at the Mauna Kea Observatory in Hawaii by Scott S. Sheppard, David C. Jewitt, Jan T. Kleyna, Yanga R. Fernandez, and Henry H. Hsieh


Ananke

Ananke was named for the mother of Adrastea by Zeus, the Greek equivalent of the Roman god Jupiter. In other accounts, Adrastea is described as a nymph of Crete who was one of the nursemaids of the infant Zeus. Ananke is the personification of fate or necessity in ancient Greek literature, who rewards or punishes people for their deeds

Ananke was discovered on Sept. 28, 1951 by Seth Barnes Nicholson in California


Iocaste

Iocaste was named for the mother of Agamedes by the Roman god, Jupiter

Originally called S/2000 J3, Iocaste was discovered Nov. 23, 2000 by Scott S. Sheppard, David C. Jewitt, Yanga R. Fernandez, and Eugene Magnier at the Mauna Kea Observatory in Hawaii


Hermippe

Hermippe was named for one of the many lovers of Zeus, the Greek equivalent of the Roman god Jupiter. She bore him a son named Orchomenos

Originally called S/2001 J3, Hermippe was discovered in Dec. 9, 2001 by Scott S. Sheppard, David C. Jewitt and Jan T. Kleyna at the Mauna Kea Observatory in Hawaii


S/2017 J 9

Also known as Jupiter LXX, it was discovered by Scott S. Sheppard and his team in 2017

For further information: Jupiter LXX - Wikipedia

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