Albiorix (moon) facts for kids
Albiorix is the biggest member of the Gallic group of non-spherical moons.
It was named in August 2003 from one of the Celtic names for the god of tribal unity, better known as Toutatis.
Albiorix orbits Saturn at a distance of about 16,000,000 km and its diameter is estimated at 32 kilometers, assuming an albedo of 0.04. A day on Albiorix is 13 hours and 19 minutes long.
The diagram illustrates its orbit in relation to other prograde non-spherical moons of Saturn. The eccentricity of the orbits is represented by the yellow segments extending from the pericentre to the apocentre.
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