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Word Meaning
Tarqeq moon of saturn
Tarvos moon of saturn
Taygete moon of jupiter
Telescope
Telesto moon of saturn
Tethys moon of saturn
Thalassa Second closest moon of Neptune, orbiting the planet at an average distance of 50,075 kilometres (31,115 miles). Its diameter is about 83 km (52 miles). Thalassa was discovered in 1989 by Voyager 2.
Thebe moon of jupiter
Thelxinoe moon of jupiter
Themisto moon of jupiter
Thrust
Thruster
Thrymr moon of saturn
Thyone moon of jupiter
Titan moon of saturn
Titania
Trinculo
Triton Neptune's largest moon. It was discovered in 1846 by British astronomer and beer brewer, William Lassell, and thought to be Neptune's only moon until Nereid was discovered in 1949. Triton is Neptune's only spherical moon with a diameter of 2,707 kilometres. It orbits at a distance of 354,800 kilometres (220,462 miles) taking 5 days and 21 hours to complete an orbit.

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