The satellite was initially included in the Himalia group, but its mean orbital elements were not well determined.
S/2000 J 11 is believed to be about 4 kilometres in diameter. It orbits Jupiter at an average distance of 12 million km in 274 days, at an inclination of 28° (to Jupiter's equator), and with an eccentricity of 0.21.
Initial observations were not followed up, and S/2000 J 11 was not observed for more than a decade after 2000. This apparent disappearance lead some astronomers to consider the moon lost. One theory was that it crashed into Himalia, creating a faint ring around Jupiter. However it was finally recovered in observations made in 2010 and 2011.