I was pondering this question recently, but most sites I can find only mention the speeds/velocities of the planets around the Sun when I look for 'orbital velocities' of the planets.
I tried examining the velocities of moons around other planets, or NASA satellites, but these are all over the proverbial map, and often in very eccentric orbits.
Is there a 'Low-Jupiter-Orbit' like there is for Earth (LEO)? What is its altitude and speed?
What about a Juno-synchronous or Jupiter-stationary high(er) orbit, as there is for Earth?
P.S.: Are there (simple) equations for these orbits?