Calypso: A moon of Saturn is co-orbital with the moon Tethys, and resides in Tethys' trailing Lagrangian point. The moon Telesto also resides in the other (leading) Lagrangian point of Tethys, 60 degrees in the other direction from Tethys. Calypso and Telesto have been termed "Tethys trojans", by analogy to the trojan asteroids, and are half of the four presently known trojan moons. Like many other small Saturnian moons and small asteroids, Calypso is irregularly shaped, has overlapping large craters, and appears to also have loose surface material capable of smoothing the craters' appearance. Its surface is one of the most reflective (at visual wavelengths) in the solar system, with a visual geometric albedo of 1.34. This very high albedo is the result of the sandblasting of particles from Saturn's E-ring, a faint ring composed of small, water-ice particles generated by Enceladus' south polar geysers.
18ga black wire wrapped with bold 28ga peridot wire to a three retaining rings...with clear Swarovski crystal teardrops dangling throughout
Pendant Dimensions: 1 3/4 inches tall x 1 1/8 inches wide
18 inch gunmetal rolo chain with 3 inch extender chain
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