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Callisto (Satellite)

LC control 99005833
Geographic headingCallisto (Satellite)
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Variant(s)Jupiter IV (Satellite)
See alsoJupiter (Planet)--Satellites
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Subject example tracingNote under Galilean satellites
Special noteThis heading is not valid for use as a geographic subdivision.
Found inGeological Survey (U.S.). Geological map of Callisto, 1997: map recto (Callisto is the outermost of the Galilean satellites of Jupiter)
Britannica Micro. (Callisto, outermost of the Galilean satellites of Jupiter)
WWW, Dict. of technical terms for aerospace use, July 6, 1999 (Callisto, a satellite of Jupiter orbiting a mean distance of 1,884,000 km.; also called Jupiter IV)
McGraw-Hill encyc. of space (Jupiter has twelve satellites, which are classified as follows: the four satellites discovered by Galileo are Io (I), Europa (II), Ganymede (III), and Callisto (IV); the other satellites V-XII)
NASA thes. (Callisto)
New York Public Library science desk reference (planet: Jupiter; satellite: Callisto; discovered in 1610)
World almanac, 1998 (Callisto)