Titan (eayst)

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Titan Titan symbol (variable width).svg
Titan in true color by Kevin M. Gill.jpg
Sorçheayst Harn
Feddynit magh ecChristiaan Huygens[1] Edit the value on Wikidata
Date feddyn maghMayrnt 25, 1655
EpennymTitan
Moir-redSarn
Fysserree fishigagh
Apoapsis1,257,060 km Edit the value on Wikidata
Periapsis1,186,680 km Edit the value on Wikidata
Essyl vooar a1,221,870 km
Corrid e0.0288
Amm cruinlagh P15.945421 d
Troyn fishigagh as rollageagh meadragh
Craue raadeeoil2,574 km Edit the value on Wikidata
Glout134.518 Yg[2] Edit the value on Wikidata
Mean-ghlooaght1.8798 g/cm³[2] Edit the value on Wikidata
Albedo0.22 Edit the value on Wikidata
Aeraght
Co-heiy

She Titan (Greagish: Τῑτάν) ny Sarn VI yn eayst smoo ayns y chorys Sarnagh. T'eh yn nah eayst smoo ayns Corys ny Greiney ny yei Ganymede as t'eh ny smoo na Crean. V'eh feddynit magh ec y rollageyder Ollanagh Christiaan Huygens 'sy vlein 1655.

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  1. Stated in: A Short History of Astronomy. Author: Arthur Berry. Publisher: John Murray. Language of work or name: Baarle Ghoaldagh. Publication date: 1898.
  2. 2.0 2.1 DOI: 10.1086/508812.

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