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Aitne
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Photo of the satellite Aitne of the planet Jupiter
Aitne   Jupiter XXXI (S/2001 J11)

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Mean distance from the planet Jupiter 23.231.000 km
Orbital period around the planet Jupiter (sideric) (reciprocal) - 730,2 d
Orbital inclination 165,1 °
Eccentricity of the orbit around the planet Jupiter 0,264
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Discovered by Scott S. Sheppard, David C. Jewitt, Jan Kleyna 2001
Mass 4,5 × 1013 kg
Equatorial radius 1,5 km
Mean density 2,6 g/cm³
Albedo 0,04
Apparent magnitude + 22,7 mvis
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Aitne is according to greek mythology a sicilian nymph who was a conquest of Zeus.

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