Helene, the small moon of Saturn
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Helene (Helene S XII) is one of the many moons of Saturn, it was discovered on March 1, 1980 by Peter Lacquers, Raymond and Jean Despiau Lecacheux (Meudon Observatory) with the 1m telescope observatory Pic du Midi.
Tethys and its orbit is preceded and followed by Telesto equidistant by Calypso. Similarly, Dione is preceded by Helene and Polydeuces the small satellite, follows. Helen is regularly 400 to 000 km on their Dione orbit divided.
Image: On the picture can be seen against the smooth surface of Helena, a small moon of Saturn. Credit: NASA / JPL / SSINB: Helen of Troy is the daughter of Cronus, king of the Titans and father of Zeus in Greek mythology. It is likened to Saturn in Roman mythology.