What happens for an observer on Jupiter, the diurnal motion of the V satellite relative to the horizon and relative to the stars

What happens for an observer on Jupiter, the diurnal motion of the V satellite relative to the horizon and relative to the stars, if the period of its revolution is 12 hours, and the time of rotation of Jupiter is approximately 10 hours?

The satellite moves slowly relative to the horizon, but quickly among the stars.

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