Daphnis

(S/2005 S1) Daphnis is seen as a tiny disk in the Keeler Gap of Saturn's rings in this mage taken by the Cassini spacecraft on May 1, 2005, from a distance of 525,000 km (326,000 miles). Image: NASA/JPL A small inner moon of Saturn, which orbits within the Keeler Gap ...
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Daphnis

[moon] Daphnis (s {respell|DAF|nis}; 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. == Naming == The moon was named in 2006 after Daphnis, a shepherd, pipes player...
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Daphnis

[moth] Daphnis is a genus of moths in the Sphingidae family. ...
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Daphnis

Daphnis (dăf'nis) , in Greek mythology, shepherd, the son of Hermes and a nymph. He was unfaithful to a nymph who loved him, and in revenge she blinded him. He tried to comfort himself by playing melancholy songs upon the shepherd's pipes, and his friends lamented for him in song. Daphnis ...
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Daphnis

In Greek mythology, a Sicilian shepherd, the son of Hermes and a Sicilian nymph. He was the reputed inventor of pastoral poetry. He was loved by a naiad, who punished him with blindness for his...
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Daphnis

legendary hero of the shepherds of Sicily and the reputed inventor of bucolic poetry. According to tradition, Daphnis was the son of Hermes and a ...
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