Adrastea Flag Picture

Adrastea is the second by distance, and the smallest of the four inner moons of Jupiter. It was discovered in Voyager 2 probe photographs taken in 1979, making it the first natural satellite to be discovered from images taken by an interplanetary spacecraft, rather than through telescopic photography.

It was officially named after the mythological Adrastea, foster mother of Greek god Zeus—the equivalent of Roman god Jupiter. Adrastea is one of the few moons in the Solar System known to orbit its planet in less than the length of that planet's day. It orbits at the edge of Jupiter's Main Ring and is thought to be the main contributor of material to the Rings of Jupiter. Despite observations made in the 1990s by the Galileo spacecraft, very little is known about the moon's physical characteristics outside its size and the fact that it is tidally locked to Jupiter.

Since she's the foster mother of Zeus, I decided to use the ancient Motherhood symbol with Jupiter as it's center instead of a simple disc. The celtic rune in the middle is also a motherhood symbol for added benefit. This could have been super simple but I decided to go a little bit further just using the rune and using a wavy border instead of strait lines.
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