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Saturn's Moons
Saturn has 31 known moons. Nine are 200 kilometres (125 miles) or more in diameter: all apart from Titan are cratered and largely made of water ice.

Cassini flew by Phoebe in June 2004. It flies by Dione in late 2004, and meets Iapetus and Enceladus in 2005.

Saturn's Largest Moons

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