6. Bibliography

6. Biblography

Links that helped in our research:

1. Braeunig, R.A., Orbital mechanics. (2008). Retrieved July 12, 2009, from Rocket and Space Technology, website: <http://www.braeunig.us/space/orbmech.htm>

2. Coffey, J. (2008, 12 22). Surface of Jupiter. Universe today. Retrieved from http://www.universetoday.com/22719/surface-of-jupiter/

3. Col, J. (1996). Jupiter Moons. Enchanted learning. Retrieved from http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/astronomy/planets/jupiter/moons.shtml

4. Dave, B. (2012, May 15). Orion Starblast 6i Intelliscope Telescope Review.
Space.com. Retrieved from http://www.space.com/15653-orion-starblast-6i-intelliscope-telescope-review.html

5. Egler, R. A.,(2006, March 13). A brief explanation of orbital elements.  Retrieved from North Caroline State University, Department of Astrophysics, website: <http://www.physics.ncsu.edu/courses/astron/orbits.html>

6. Freedman, R. A., & Kaufmann III, W. J. (2005). Universe (7th ed.). New York: W. H. Freeman and Company.

7. Jupiter. (2007, August 17). Astrogeology. Jupiter. Retrieved July 28, 2009, from U.S. Geological Survey, website:

8. Jupiter: Moons. (n.d.). Retrieved July 28, 2009, from NASA, website:

9. Nave, R. (n.d.). Hyperphysics. Kelper. Retrieved from http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/kepler.html

10. Orbits for amateurs. (n.d.). Orbits. Retrieved July 12, 
2009. Retrieved from: <http://www.frostydrew.org/observatory/courses/orbits/booklet.htm> 

11. Vatic (Alias). (2011, March 26). Vatic Project. Jupiter: Basic facts [Web log message]. Retrieved from http://vaticproject.blogspot.sg/2011/04/jupiter-basic-facts.html

12. Zimmermann, K. (n.d.). Space.com. Jupiter Moons. Retrieved from http://www.space.com/16452-jupiters-moons.html

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