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A large rocky moon orbiting Jupiter that was discovered in 1610 by Galileo.
In 2154, colonization and terraforming efforts began on the Jovian moon. With assistance from the Centaurans, the Stellar Consortium installed a set of orbital solar mirrors to bring light and fertility to the world that would become the Consortium's new bread basket. The Ganymede planetary government won Consortium approval to set strict immigration policies and prohibitive settlement fees in an effort to prevent Ganymede from becoming a small version of Earth. In 2651, the orbital mirrors were destroyed and the colony was destroyed by the Kretonian invasion. In the year 3000, Ganymede was settled by the Maltarians, who began building a military base and a colony.
the largest of Jupiter's satellites
The largest of Jupiter's moons and the largest moon in the entire Solar System.
Galilean moon of Jupiter.
A largest moon of Jupiter and the largest moon in the solar system. Ganymede is larger than the planets Mercury and pluto. Ganymede was discovered by Galileo Galilei on January 11, 1610. Ganymede is also designated as "Jupiter III". In Greek mythology, Ganymede was the cup-bearer of the gods.
One of Jupiter's largest moons. Ganymede, the largest satellite in our solar system, is about 5300 kilometers (3300 miles) wide and larger than the planet Mercury.
Ganymede (gan'-É™-meed, ; Greek Î“Î±Î½Ï…Î¼Î®Î´Î·Ï‚) is Jupiter's largest moon, and the largest moon in the entire solar system; it is larger in diameter than Mercury but only about half its mass. Ganymede is one of four planetary satellites of Jupiter which can be seen with the naked eye â€” with good eyesight and a clear night (without the pollution haze of cities). Our Moon is the only other moon we can see, unaided, in our solar system.