Largest moon of Jupiter and in the solar system. Larger than the planet Mercury, though not as massive. Only moon known to generate its own magnetic field. Only body other than Earth known to have plate tectonics.
Ganymede In The News Edit
New Horizons in the News Edit
Ganymede Imaged By New Horizons (May 2007) Edit
Jupiter Ganymede Orbiter (Laplace) in the News Edit
see also Jupiter, Callisto, Europa, Io
About to Choose Between Saturn and Jupiter Missions (Jan 2009) Edit
See Jupiter, Europa, Ganymede, Saturn, Titan, Enceladus
Jupiter Ganymede Orbiter (Laplace) Agreed On (Feb 2009) Edit
Jupiter, Europa, Io, Callisto, Titan, Enceladus
Cooperation Between NASA and ESA (Feb 2011) Edit
Europa, Ganymede, Io, Callisto, Jupiter
Priority Report from the National Research Council (Mar 2011) Edit
Europa, Mars, Uranus
Earth Observations in the News Edit
Amateur Captures Io Eclipse on Ganymede (Aug 2009) Edit
Feature Articles Edit
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