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Planet Saturn Moons: Janus

Janus is a moon of the planet Saturn.

For a listing of other moons, see Moons of the planets.

Janus Moon Facts
Mass (kg) 2.01e+18
Radius (km) 98x96x75
Density (gm/cm3) 0.67
Distance from Saturn (km) 151,472
Period of rotation (days) 0.6945
Period of orbit (days) 0.6945
Orbital velocity (km/sec) 15.87
Eccentricity of orbit 0.007
Inclination of orbit (°) 0.14
Visual albedo 0.8
Visual magnitude 14.5

This moon can be viewed in most amateur telescopes.

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