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Comparison: Kari vs. Saturn

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Discovered By
Scott S. Sheppard, David C. Jewitt and Jan T. Kleyna
Known by the Ancients
Date of Discovery
6 March 2006
Unknown
Average Orbit Distance
22,077,100 km
1,426,666,422 km
Perihelion/Perigee (closest)
11,387,368 km
1,349,823,615 km
Aphelion/Apogee (farthest)
32,766,832 km
1,503,509,229 km
Equatorial Radius
3.0 (assuming an albedo of 0.04) km
58,232 km
Equatorial Circumference
18.8 km
365,882.4 km
Volume
113 km3
827,129,915,150,897 km3
Density
2.3 g/cm3
0.687 g/cm3
Surface Area
113.10 km2
42,612,133,285 km2
Mean Orbit Velocity
4,407.2 km/h
34,701 km/h
Orbit Eccentricity
0.4842
0.05386179
Orbit Inclination to Ecliptic
155.902
2.49 degrees
Orbit Circumference
130,186,531.63 km
8,957,504,604 km

 

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Last Updated: 1 Nov 2013