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If Jupiter had a satellite the size of our own moon orbiting outside the orbit of

Foundations of Astronomy | 11th Edition | ISBN: 9781439050354 | Authors: Michael A. Seeds, Dana Backman ISBN: 9781439050354 411

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If Jupiter had a satellite the size of our own moon orbiting outside the orbit of Callisto, what would you predict for its density and surface features?

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Textbook: Foundations of Astronomy
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Author: Michael A. Seeds, Dana Backman
ISBN: 9781439050354

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