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12 Jupiter ' s Outer Satellites and Trojans

@inproceedings{David200312J,
  title={12 Jupiter ' s Outer Satellites and Trojans},
  author={C. David and ewitt},
  year={2003}
}
Jupiter's irregular satellites possess large, eccentric and highly inclined orbits. They are conventionally considered separately from the temporarily captured satellites and the Trojans (the latter co-orbiting the Sun, leading and trailing Jupiter by 60°). However, there is reason to believe that objects in these three groups share many similarities, both in terms of their physical properties and their origins. Accordingly, in this review we jointly discuss the irregular and temporary… Expand

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