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|título = New Satellites of Uranus Discovered in 2003
|editor = Institute for Astronomy at the University of Hawaii
|autor = Scott S. Sheppard
|url = http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/~sheppard/satellites/uranus2003.html
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|dataarquivo = 16-01-2009
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'''Trinculo''' é un [[satélite irregular]] [[movemento retrógrado|retrógrado]] do [[planeta]] [[Urano]]. Foi descuberto por Holman e o seu equipo, o 13 de agosto do 2001, e recibiu a designación temporal de '''S/2001&nbsp;U&nbsp;1'''.<ref name="IAUC7980">[[Unión Astronómica Internacional|UAI]] Circular [httphttps://web.archive.org/web/20060501175811/http://cfa-www.harvard.edu/iauc/07900/07980.html IAUC 7980: S/2001 U 1], 30 de setembro de 2002</ref><ref name="GladmanDiscovery2000">[[Brian J. Gladman|Gladman, B. J.]]; Kavelaars, J. J.; Holman, M. J.; [[Jean-Marc Petit|Petit, J.-M.]]; [[Hans Scholl (astrónomo)|Scholl, H.]], [[Philip D. Nicholson|Nicholson, P. D.]]; and [[Joseph A. Burns|Burns, J. A.]];
''The Discovery of Uranus XIX, XX, and XXI'', Icarus, '''147''' (2000), pp. 320–324</ref>
 
=== Ligazóns externas ===
 
* [httphttps://web.archive.org/web/20070624084542/http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/~jewitt/irregulars.html David C. Jewitt pages] {{en}}
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20080131134929/http://www.dtm.ciw.edu/sheppard/satellites/urasatdata.html Uranus' Known Satellites] (by [[Scott S. Sheppard]]) {{en}}
* [http://cfa-www.harvard.edu/iau/NatSats/NaturalSatellites.html Ephemeris IAU-NSES] {{en}}
 
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