It is one of Jupiters moons, the sixth closest and the smallest of jupiters four main moons.
Jupiters four biggest moons, Calisto, Lo, Ganymede and Europa were discovered by Gallileo
Its Calisto,Ganymede,Europa, and Io
He could only make out four of Jupiters' largest moons.
Because Galileo saw them through his telescope and is credited with discovering them.
Jupiter's four largest moons are known as the Galileans. They are individually named Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto, named my Simon Marius in 1610. Ganymede is the largest of these four moons.
Jupiter has 63 moons.
no it does not. But some of jupiters moons do.
they are called galilian moons
Jupiters moons are made out of gas
Yes, there is water on some of the moons.
jupiters ice moon is Io
No why not?
we can't use jupiters moons for anything because fistly we can not get out that far to reach Jupiters moon and if we could it would take thousands of years and Jupiters Moons would be to big to do anything with anyway. so the answer to What could Jupiter's moons be used for? is....Nothing.
All of jupiters moons
Jupiter's largest four moons, called the Galilean satellites because Galileo was the first person to see them, are Europa, Io, Callisto and Ganymede.
Galileo Galilei discovered the moons using his homemade telescope.
thay are made of gass