The moon named Europa belongs to the planet Jupiter and IS named after Galileo.
Europa is the sixth moon of the planet Jupiter
The question may mean "Was the moon Europa named by Galileo?" The answer to that is NO. Galileo discovered this moon, but it was named by another astronomer, called Simon Marius.
yes he did
Jupiter has the moon called Europa. (Galileo discovered this moon, but actually the name was given by another person.)
No, Europa was a roman goddess.
It was named after Europa, daughter of the king of Tyre, who became one of Zeus' lovers. (Zeus is the same god a Jupiter).
Europa is a moon of the planet Jupiter.Europa is a moon of the planet Jupiter.Europa is a moon of the planet Jupiter.Europa is a moon of the planet Jupiter.
Europa is Jupiters moon.
It's named after the continent of Europe. "Europe" is in fact derived from "Europa". In ancient Greek mythology Europa was a woman. She was a lover of the god Zeus.
The naming scheme was suggested by Simon Marius in the 1600's
europa is Jupiter's moon. Jupiter has 4 moons, and Europa is one of them.
Jupiter is the planet with the moon Europa
Europa is a moon of Jupiter.
Obviously not, Europa is a moon, not a star.
Europa is a moon that orbits the planet Jupiter.
Europa is a moon of Jupiter. See related question.
Europa is a Moon of Jupiter.
No, and Europa is a moon, not a planet.
No, europa is a moon
a sattelite is a moon so therefore Europa doesnt have any moons because it is a moon.
You will have to use a telescope to see Europa.
Europa has a diameter of 1,569 km.