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Dione

Dione

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Dione was discovered in 1684 by Giovanni Cassini.
Distance from Saturn: 377,400 km (about 209,651 miles)
Equatorial diameter: 1,118 km (695 miles)
Mass: 1.10 x 1021 kg
Density of 1.43 gm/cm3
See Named Features of Dione -- updated periodically
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