Methone, also known as Saturn XXXII or S/2004 S 1, is moon orbiting Saturn in between the orbits of both The Moon Mimas and The Moon Enceladus. Methone has a Mass of 8,992,010,598,583 kilograms, a Volume of 17 kilometers cubed, a Mean Radius of 1.45 kilometers and a Mean Density of 0.31 grams per centimeter cubed. Methone has zero axial tilt. Methone has an orbital period of 1.009573975 Earth Days.
Profile of Methone
Methone was discovered on June 1st, 2004 by The Cassini Imaging Team. Moethone is a egg shaped moonlet with no visible craters and a silky smooth surface. Methone has a ring arc like it's host planet Saturn does. The Ring arc believes to has came to being due to The Blasting Off of material from Methone itself due to small impacts from small meteors. Methone gets its name from MEthone who is one of the seven Alcyonide daughters of The Giant Alcyoneus in The Classical World.
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