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moons of Saturn

  • Prometheus
    Prometheus

    Prometheus, the inner satellite of Saturn

  • Polydeuces
    Polydeuces

    Polydeuces, the very small natural satellite of Saturn that is co-orbital with Dione and librates around the trailing Lagrangian point

  • Rhea
    Rhea

    Rhea, the second-largest moon of Saturn and the ninth largest moon in the Solar System

  • Rings of Rhea
    Rings of Rhea

    The Saturnian moon Rhea may have a tenuous ring system consisting of three narrow, relatively dense bands within a particulate disk

  • S/2004 S 3
    S/2004 S 3
    S/2004 S 3

    S/2004 S 3, the moon, a moon of Saturn

  • Pandora
    Pandora

    Pandora, the inner satellite of Saturn

  • Aegaeon
    Aegaeon
    Aegaeon

    Aegaeon (or as Greek Αιγαίων), also (provisional designation ), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Methone
    Methone

    Methone, the very small natural satellite of Saturn lying between the orbits of Mimas and Enceladus

  • Mimas
    Mimas

    Mimas, the moon of Saturn which was discovered in 1789 by William Herschel

  • Moonlet
    Moonlet

    moonlet, the informal term for a particularly small natural satellite

  • Narvi
    Narvi

    Narvi, or Saturn XXXI, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • S/2004 S 6
    S/2004 S 6
    S/2004 S 6

    S/2004 S 6, the moon, a moon of Saturn

  • S/2009 S 1
    S/2009 S 1
    S/2009 S 1

    S/2009 S1, the provisional designation of one of the 'propeller moonlets' of Saturn, discovered by the Cassini Imaging Team on July 26, 2009

  • Themis
    Themis
    Themis

    On April 28, 1905, William H. Pickering, who had seven years earlier discovered Phoebe, announced the discovery of a tenth satellite of Saturn, which he promptly named Themis

  • Thrymr
    Thrymr
    Thrymr

    Thrymr or Saturn XXX, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Titan
    Titan

    Titan, the largest moon of Saturn

  • Ymir
    Ymir
    Ymir

    Ymir, or Saturn XIX, the retrograde irregular moon of Saturn

  • Tethys
    Tethys

    Tethys, the moon of Saturn about 1000 km (600 miles) across

  • Telesto
    Telesto

    Telesto (or as Greek Τελεστώ), the moon of Saturn

  • Phoebe
    Phoebe

    Phoebe, the 9th largest moon of Saturn

  • Siarnaq
    Siarnaq
    Siarnaq

    Siarnaq, or Saturn XXIX, the prograde irregular satellite of Saturn

  • Sidera Lodoicea
    Sidera Lodoicea
    Sidera Lodoicea

    Sidera Lodoicea, the name given by the astronomer Giovanni Domenico Cassini to the four moons of Saturn discovered by him in the years 1671, 1672

  • Tarvos
    Tarvos
    Tarvos

    Tarvos, or Saturn XXI, the prograde irregular satellite of Saturn

  • Janus
    Janus

    Janus, 10th largest moon of Saturn

  • Pallene
    Pallene
    Pallene

    Pallene (or as Greek Παλλήνη), the very small natural satellite of Saturn lying between the orbits of Mimas and Enceladus

  • Enceladus
    Enceladus

    Enceladus, the sixth-largest of the moons of Saturn

  • Helene
    Helene

    Helene, the moon of Saturn

  • Epimetheus
    Epimetheus

    Epimetheus (or; Greek: Επιμηθεύς), the inner satellite of Saturn

  • Fornjot
    Fornjot
    Fornjot

    S/2004 S 8, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Calypso
    Calypso

    Calypso, the moon of Saturn

  • Hyperion
    Hyperion

    Hyperion, a moon of Saturn

  • Ijiraq
    Ijiraq
    Ijiraq

    Ijiraq, the prograde irregular satellite of Saturn

  • Daphnis
    Daphnis

    Daphnis (or as Greek Δαφνίς), the inner satellite of Saturn

  • Anthe
    Anthe

    Anthe (or as Greek Άνθη), the very small natural satellite of Saturn lying between the orbits of Mimas and Enceladus

  • Albiorix
    Albiorix
    Albiorix

    Albiorix, the prograde irregular satellite of Saturn

  • Atlas
    Atlas

    Atlas, the inner satellite of Saturn

  • Bebhionn
    Bebhionn

    Bebhionn or Saturn XXXVII (provisional designation S/2004 S 11), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Dione
    Dione

    Dione, the moon of Saturn discovered by Cassini in 1684

  • Saturn's moons in fiction, the moon, a moon of Saturn

  • Saturn's Gallic group of satellites

    The Gallic group, the dynamical grouping of the prograde irregular satellites of Saturn following similar orbits

  • Saturn's Norse group of satellites

    The Norse group, the large group of retrograde irregular satellites of Saturn

  • Saturn's Inuit group of satellites

    The Inuit group, the dynamical grouping of the prograde irregular satellites Saturn which follow similar orbits

  • Skoll

    Skoll (or as Norse ) or Saturn XLVII (provisional designation S/2006 S 8), the retrograde irregular satellite of Saturn

  • Bestla

    Bestla or Saturn XXXIX (provisional designation S/2004 S 18), the retrograde irregular satellite of Saturn

  • Bergelmir

    Bergelmir or Saturn XXXVIII (38) (provisional designation S/2004 S 15), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Aegir

    Aegir or Saturn XXXVI (provisional designation S/2004 S 10), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Tarqeq

    Tarqeq, also known as Saturn LII (provisional designation S/2007 S 1), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Suttungr

    Suttungr, or Saturn XXIII, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Skathi

    Skathi, or Saturn XXVII, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • S/2007 S 3

    S/2007 S 3, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Surtur

    Surtur, or Saturn XLVIII (provisional designation S/2006 S 7), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Chiron, the name given to a supposed moon of Saturn sighted by Hermann Goldschmidt in 1861

  • S/2004 S 7

    S/2004 S 7, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Hyrrokkin

    Hyrrokkin or Saturn XLIV (provisional designation S/2004 S 19), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Mundilfari

    Mundilfari (Norse: Mundilfäri), or Saturn XXV, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Paaliaq

    Paaliaq, the prograde irregular satellite of Saturn

  • Hati or Saturn XLIII (provisional designation S/2004 S 14), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Iapetus, occasionally Japetus, the third-largest moon of Saturn, and eleventh largest moon in the Solar System

  • Loge

    Loge (or spelling pronunciation ), or Saturn XLVI (provisional designation S/2006 S 5), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Jarnsaxa

    Jarnsaxa,, also known as Saturn L (provisional designation S/2006 S 6), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Kari (in Icelandic, ), or Saturn XLV (provisional designation S/2006 S 2), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Kiviuq

    Kiviuq, the prograde irregular satellite of Saturn

  • Pan

    Pan (or as in Greek Πάν), the innermost moon of Saturn

  • Greip

    Greip, or Saturn LI (provisional designation S/2006 S 4), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • S/2004 S 17

    S/2004 S 17, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • S/2004 S 4

    S/2004 S 4, the moon, a moon of Saturn

  • S/2006 S 1

    S/2006 S 1, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • S/2006 S 3

    S/2006 S 3, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • S/2004 S 13

    S/2004 S 13, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • S/2004 S 12

    S/2004 S 12, the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Fenrir

    Fenrir or Saturn XLI (provisional designation S/2004 S 16), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Farbauti

    Farbauti or Saturn XL (provisional designation S/2004 S 9), the natural satellite of Saturn

  • Erriapus

    Erriapus (or as Latin Erriapus, Erriappus), also Saturn XXVIII, the prograde irregular satellite of Saturn

  • S/2007 S 2

    S/2007 S 2, the natural satellite of Saturn

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