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 Callisto (astronomy) - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Callisto (astronomy)
The US space probe Galileo detected oxygen on Callisto in 1997, suggesting that its surface is made of water ice.
In 1998 Galileo's magnetometer measured electrical currents near Callisto's surface that are consistent with the existence of a buried salty ocean beneath the icy crust.
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 AllRefer.com - Callisto, in Greek mythology (Folklore And Mythology) - Encyclopedia
Callisto[kulis´tO] Pronunciation Key, in Greek mythology, an attendant of Artemis.
Because she forsook her chastity and bore a son, Arcas, to Zeus, she was transformed into a bear by Artemis.
Arcas, while out hunting, was about to kill her when Zeus intervened and transferred them both to the heavens, Callisto becoming the constellation Ursa Major [great bear] and Arcas becoming Arcturus.
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 Encyclopedia Article Center - Mythology - MSN Encarta
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