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Narvi
Narvi is a natural satellite of Saturn. It was named in January 2005 after Narfi, a giant in Norse mythology. The name was approved by the IAU Working Group on Planetary System Nomenclature on 21 January 2005. Narvi (moon) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Short Description Narvi is a natural satellite of Saturn. It was named in January 2005 after Narfi, a giant in Norse mythology. The name was approved by the IAU Working Group on Planetary System Nomenclature on 21 January 2005. Narvi (moon) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Discovered by Scott Sander Sheppard
Discovery date February 5, 2003
Type Moon
AddInfo Saturn XXXI
Satellite of Saturn
Orbit Retrograde
Apoapsis 08 27 199 000 km
Periapsis 08 10 815 000 km
Semi-major axis 08 19 007 000 km
Distance from Sun 01 9.554 909 au /46
Eccentricity 0.431
Orbital period 1003.9 days
Orbital speed  1.38 km/s
Inclination to the ecliptic 145.8°
Diameter/Size 01 7 km
Mass 1014×3.4 kg
Density 01 2.3 g/cm3
Surface gravity  0.002 m/s2
Escape velocity 01 3.6 m/s
Albedo geometric 0.06
Apparent magnitude 23.8
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