Planetary Satellites of Magnitude 145 or Brighter

Name Mean distance

Orbital

Orbital

Orbital

Diameter,

Magnitude

from centre

Period

Eccentricity Inclination, (Longest)

of primary

e

l

thousands of

miles

d

h

m

degrees

miles

EARTH

Moon

239.0

27

7

43

0.055

5.1

2160

-12.5

MARS

Phobos

5.8

0

7

39

0.02

1.1

17

11.8

Deimos

14.6

1

6

18

0.003

1.8

9

12.8

JUPITER

lo

262

1

18

28

0.004

0.04

2264

5.0

Europa

417

3

13

14

0.009

0.47

1945

5.3

Ganymede

666

7

3

43

0.002

0.21

3274

4.6

Callisto

1170

16

16

32

0.007

0.31

2981

5.6

SATURN

Mimas

115

0

22

37

0.020

1.52

245

12.9

Enceladus

148

1

8

53

0.004

0.02

318

11.8

Tethys

183

1

21

18

0.000

1.09

663

10.3

Dione

235

2

17

41

0.000

0.02

696

10.4

Rhea

328

4

12

25

0.001

0.35

950

0.7

Titan

760

15

22

41

0.029

0.33

3201

8.3

Hyperion

920

21

6

38

0.104

0.43

224

14.2

Iapetus

2210

79

7

56

0.028

14.7

912

11 (max)

URANUS

Ariel

119

2

12

29

0.001

0.03

720

14.1

Umbriel

166

4

3

28

0.004

0.13

727

14.8

Titania

272

8

16

56

0.001

0.014

981

14.0

Oberon

365

13

11

7

0.001

0.07

947

14.2

NEPTUNE

Triton

220

5

21

3

0.0000

157.3

1681

13.6

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