After the Galilean moons come the irregular satellites that make up the Outer Moons. These irregular satellites are split up into two distinct categories: prograde satellites and retrograde satellites. Prograde means that they rotate the same direction as Jupiter. Retrograde means that they turn in the opposite direction as Jupiter.
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