Polydeuces

Polydeuces

Natural satellite



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    Polydeuces - Natural satellite
    Polydeuces - Natural satellite
    Polydeuces - Natural satellite
    Polydeuces - Natural satellite
    Polydeuces - Natural satellite
    Polydeuces - Natural satellite
  • Radius
    2 km
  • Discovered
    October 24, 2004
  • Orbital period
    66 hours
  • Gravity
    0. 00018 m/s²
  • Pronunciation
    /ˌpɒlɪˈdjuːsiːz/ POL-i-DEW-seez
  • Did you know
    Polydeuces is a trailing co-orbital of Dione, while the moon Helene is the leading co-orbital.
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  • About

    Polydeuces, or Saturn XXXIV, is a small natural satellite of Saturn that is co-orbital with the moon Dione and librates around its trailing Lagrangian point. Its diameter is estimated to be 2–3 km. It is pronounced POL-i-DEW-seez; Greek: Πολυδεύκης.

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    Polydeuces - Natural satellite
    Polydeuces - Natural satellite
    Polydeuces - Natural satellite
    Polydeuces - Natural satellite
    Polydeuces - Natural satellite
    Polydeuces - Natural satellite
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