Daphnis (moon)

Daphnis (moon)

Daphnis ( /ˈdæfnɨs/ DAF-nis; Greek: Δάφνις) is an inner satellite of Saturn. It is also known as Saturn XXXV; its provisional designation was S/2005 S 1. Daphnis is about 8 kilometres in diameter, and orbits the planet in the Keeler Gap within the A ring.

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Daphnis (moon) - Orbit
... The inclination and eccentricity of Daphniss orbit are very small, but distinguishable from zero ... Daphniss eccentricity causes its distance from Saturn to vary by ~9 km, and its inclination causes it to move up and down by ~17 km ... The Keeler Gap, within which Daphnisorbits, is about 42 km wide ...