Halimede is a moon of Neptune.


  • It was discovered by Matthew J. Holman on August 14th, 2002.
  • It was the first moon of Neptune since 1949 to be discovered by a ground based telescope.
  • It was named after a Nereid from Greek Mythology.
  • Halimede could be a piece of the moon Nereid because it is very similar in color to it.
  • It was named on February 3rd, 2007.

Neptunian Moons
Naiad Thalassa Despina Galatea Larissa S/ 2004 N1

Proteus Triton Nereid Halimede Sao Laomedeia Psamathe Neso