Jumptonavigation Jumptosearch JupiterLIIDiscoveryDiscovered byChristianVeilletDiscovery date8September2010DesignationsAlternativenamesS/2..">
|Discovered by||Christian Veillet|
|Discovery date||8 September 2010|
|S/2010 J 2|
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Jupiter LII, originally known as S/2010 J 2, is a natural satellite of Jupiter. It was discovered by Christian Veillet in 2010. It received its permanent number in March 2015. It takes 1.69 years to orbit around Jupiter, and its average distance is 21.01 million km. Jupiter LII has a diameter of about 1 kilometer and in 2010 it was labeled the smallest known moon in the solar system to have been found from Earth. It is a member of the Ananke group.