Helene

Satellite of the planet Saturn. See TABLE 8. SATURN - SATELLITE DATA
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Helene

(from the article `Dione`) ...prograde, nearly circular orbit at a mean distance of 377,400 km (234,500 miles), which is within the outer part of Saturn`s tenuous E ring. It is ...
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Helene

Helene imaged from a distance of 340,000 km by Voyager 2 A small moon of Saturn. It was discovered on March 1, 1980, from ground-based observations at Pic du Midi Observatory and is also known as Saturn XII. It is said to be a Dione trojan because it shares the same orbit as its larger compani...
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Helene

Helene (hulēn', hel'unu) , in astronomy, one of the named moons, or natural satellites, of Saturn. Also known as Saturn XII (or S12), Helene is an irregularly shaped (nonspherical) body measuring about 22 mi (36 km) by 20 mi (32 km) by 18 mi (30 km); it orbits Saturn at a mean distance...
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Helene

[name] Helene (Hélène) is a female given name from the Greek Ἑλένη, whose etymology is unclear. The modern Greek pronunciation is [eˈleni], and in English, there is also Helena, Elena, Elaine, Helen, Hellen, or Ellen. The name is first attested in the Iliad — Helen of Troy. The name is used in many other languages. Name days: Hun...
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Helene

Helene is a French name for girls. The meaning is `sunray, shining light` The name Helene is most commonly given to Norwegian girls. The chances are 100 times greater that girls are called Helene there. If it's too long you might use: Lene What do they use in other countries? Elan Leni (German) Laine Lain Ilja Lean (Irish) Nell (English) Alane Alin...
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Helene

[moon] Helene (iː {respell|HEL|ə-nee};{efn|name=pronunciation} Ἑλένη) is a moon of Saturn. It was discovered by Pierre Laques and Jean Lecacheux in 1980 from ground-based observations at Pic du Midi Observatory, and was designated S/1980 S 6.{sfn|IAUC 3496} In 1988 it was officially named after Helen of Troy, who was the granddaught...
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