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An outer retrograde satellite of Uranus, at a distance of 7 942 000 km; also known as Uranus XX. It orbits every 675.7 days at an inclination of 141°.5 to the ecliptic. It is about 32 km in diameter and was discovered in 1999 from ground-based observations.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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