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Carme 1 - new EP Released [28-Aug-23]

Continuing with the content flow with the next [eighth] release from the group Enizzyo - Carme 1. This is made up of 8 tracks, the first in a new trilogy of albums covering the Carme moons of Jupiter



S/2016 J 3

Was discovered by Scott S. Sheppard and his team in 2016

For further information: S/2016 J 3 - Wikipedia


Pasithee

Pasithee was named for one of the Graces, who were daughters of Zeus, the Greek equivalent of the Roman god Jupiter. Her name (also spelled "Pasithea") means "kind to everybody." According to Homer's "Iliad," Pasithee was given in marriage to Hypnos (god of sleep) by Zeus' wife, Hera. Hypnos received Pasithee's hand in marriage as a reward for putting Zeus to sleep so that Hera could help the Greeks in their war against the Trojans

Originally called S/2001 J6, it was discovered by Scott S. Sheppard, David C. Jewitt and Jan T. Kleyna in 2001

For further information: In Depth | Pasithee – NASA Solar System Exploration


S/2017 J 8

Also known as Jupiter LXIX, it was discovered by Scott S. Sheppard and his team in 2016

For further information: Jupiter LXIX - Wikipedia


S/2003 J 24

Temporarily designated EJc0061, it was discovered in 2003 by Scott S. Sheppard and team

For further information: S/2003 J 24 - Wikipedia


Chaldene

Originally called S/2000 J10, Chaldene was named for the mother of Solymos by Zeus, the Greek equivalent of the Roman god Jupiter

Chaldene was discovered Nov. 23, 2000 by Scott S. Sheppard, David C. Jewitt, Yange R. Fernandez, and Eugene Magnier at an observatory on Mauna Kea in Hawaii

For further information: In Depth | Chaldene – NASA Solar System Exploration


S/2017 J 2

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

For further information: Jupiter LXIII - Wikipedia


Isonoe

Originally called S/2000 J6, Isonoe was named for the mother of Orchomenus by Zeus, the Greek equivalent of the Roman god Jupiter. Isonoe was one of the 50 daughters of Danaus in Greek legend. Danaus agreed to the marriage of his 50 daughters to the 50 sons of Aegyptus, his twin brother, but commanded his daughters to kill their new husbands in their sleep on their wedding night. All but one complied. For some reason, Danaus had difficulty finding suitors for his daughters after that, so he offered them as prizes in a foot race. Danaus' daughters were ultimately condemned in Hades to endlessly attempt to fill a bottomless water vessel

Isonoe 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

For further information: In Depth | Isonoe – NASA Solar System Exploration


Kallichore

Originally called S/2003 J11, Kallichore was named for one of the Muses, who were daughters of Zeus, the Greek equivalent of the Roman god Jupiter. Her name means "beautiful in dance"

Kallichore was discovered on Feb. 6, 2003 by Scott S. Sheppard at the Mauna Kea Observatory in Hawaii

For further information: In Depth | Kallichore – NASA Solar System Exploration

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