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Mythology - Greece

Mythology: Amalthea

Depending on the version of the myth one reads, Amalthea (Greek: Amalteia; meaning abundance, generosity) was either a goat, or a nymph, or even both. Whichever the case may be, the role played by her was largely the same as she was the one who raised him and kept him safe, hidden in a cave [...]

The way I seeing the Universe

The way I see the Universe (Index)

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The way I seeing the Universe

The way I see the Universe (Episode 11-15)

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The way I seeing the Universe

The way I see the Universe (Episode 7-10)

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The way I seeing the Universe

The way I see the Universe (Episode 1-6)

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Dwarf-Planet (Eris)

Scattered Disc: Eris

Eris, minor-planet designation 136199 Eris, is the most massive known dwarf planet in the Solar System and the ninth most massive body known to orbit the Sun directly. It is estimated to be 2326 (±12) km in diameter, and 27% more massive than Pluto, or about 0.27% of the Earth’s mass.

Eris-Moon (Dysnomia)

Eris System: Dysnomia

Dysnomia, officially (136199) Eris I Dysnomia (Greek: Δυσνομία), is the only known moon of the dwarf planet Eris (the most-massive known dwarf planet in the Solar System). It was discovered in 2005 by Mike Brown and the laser guide star adaptive optics team at the W. M. Keck Observatory, and carried the provisional designation of S/2005 [...]

Planet (Jupiter)

Solar System: Moons of Jupiter

The planet Jupiter has 67 confirmed moons. This gives it the largest retinue of moons with “reasonably secure” orbits of any planet in the Solar System. The most massive of them, the four Galilean moons, were discovered in 1610 by Galileo Galilei and were the first objects found to orbit a body that was neither [...]

Jupiter-Moon (Amalthea)

Jupiter System: Amalthea

Amalthea (Greek: Αμάλθεια) is the third moon of Jupiter in order of distance from the planet. It was discovered on September 9, 1892, by Edward Emerson Barnard and named after Amalthea, a nymph in Greek mythology. It is also known as Jupiter V. Amalthea is in a close orbit around Jupiter and is within the [...]

Jupiter-Moon (Callisto)

Jupiter System: Callisto

Callisto (Jupiter IV) is a moon of the planet Jupiter. It was discovered in 1610 by Galileo Galilei. It is the third-largest moon in the Solar System and the second largest in the Jovian system, after Ganymede. Callisto has about 99% the diameter of the planet Mercury but only about a third of its mass. [...]

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