Adrastea


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Adrastea

(əˈdræstɪə)
n
(Astronomy) a small satellite of Jupiter, discovered in 1979
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is closely related to Ellipteroides (Protogonomyia) adrastea Stary & Mendl, 1984, from which it differs by varying between dark brown and yellow coloration of abdomen, ventrally incurved distal ending of tergite 9.
En la Cueva del Monte Dikte, Zeus fue amamantado por las ninfas Adrastea e Ida, que lo alimentaron con la leche de la cabra Amaltea.
Johann Gottfried Herder: Kulturtheorie und Humanitiitsidee der Ideen, Humanitiitsbriefe und Adrastea (Warzburg: Konigshausen und Neumann, 2005), 13.
Floral ontogeny, pattern formation, and evolution in Hibbertia and Adrastea (Dilleniaceae).
But the discovery of dozens more (67 in total as of August 2012) forced the theme to expand, including daughters of Jupiter and even his nurse Adrastea. It seems that Jupiter was not sufficiently lustful.
Aunque las Ninfas duden de la certeza de Prometeo y canten: "Son sabios quienes respetan a Adrastea" ([TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII.], v.
For very fast satellites (like Jupiter's Metis and Adrastea) and for sufficiently long period of time the effect can probably be experimentally detected.
Now you come to do the same thing with the ash tree of Nemesis, called Adrastea, the nymph who nourished Zeus in a cave on this very mountain.
(7.) Johann Gotffried Herder, "Adrastea" in Herders Samtliche Werke, ed.
Jupiter's tiny moon Adrastea, only 20 kilometers across, skims the main ring's outer edge, while another small satellite, Metis, lies within the ring.