Uranus' Known Satellites

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 Uranus Satellite Data 
Name                             a      i        e     Peri    Node    M        Period  mag    H     Size Year
                                (km)   (deg)          (deg)   (deg)   (deg)    (days)         (mag)  (km)
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Regular Satellites                                      
VI    Cordelia    S/1986 U7    49800   0.085   0.000   136.8   38.4    254.8    0.335   23.1          40   1986 
VII   Ophelia     S/1986 U8    53800   0.104   0.010   17.8    164.0   116.3    0.376   22.8          42   1986 
VIII  Bianca      S/1986 U9    59200   0.193   0.001   8.3     93.2    138.5    0.435   22.0          51   1986 
IX    Cressida    S/1986 U3    61800   0.006   0.000   44.2    99.4    233.8    0.464   21.1          80   1986 
X     Desdemona   S/1986 U6    62700   0.113   0.000   183.2   306.1   184.6    0.474   21.5          64   1986 
XI    Juliet      S/1986 U2    64400   0.065   0.001   223.8   200.2   244.7    0.493   20.6          93   1986  
XII   Portia      S/1986 U1    66100   0.059   0.000   222.4   260.1   218.3    0.513   19.9          135  1986 
XIII  Rosalind    S/1986 U4    69900   0.279   0.000   140.5   12.8    136.1    0.558   21.3          72   1986 
XXVII Cupid       S/2003 U2    74392   0.099   0.001   247.6   182.8   163.8    0.613   26            10   2003 
XIV   Belinda     S/1986 U5    75300   0.031   0.000   42.4    279.3   357.2    0.624   21.0          80   1986 
XXV   Perdita     S/1986 U10   76417   0.470   0.012   253.9   309.4   192.4    0.638   24.0          20   1986 
XV    Puck        S/1985 U1    86000   0.319   0.000   177.1   268.7   245.8    0.762   19.2          162  1985 
XXVI  Mab         S/2003 U1    97736   0.134   0.002   249.6   350.7   273.8    0.923   26            10   2003 
V     Miranda                 129900   4.338   0.001   68.3    326.4   311.3    1.41    15.3          471  1948 
I     Ariel                   190900   0.041   0.001   151.3   22.4    39.5     2.52    13.2          1158 1851 
II    Umbriel                 266000   0.128   0.004   84.7    33.5    12.5     4.14    14.0          1169 1851 
III   Titania                 436300   0.079   0.001   284.4   99.8    24.6     8.71    13.0          1578 1787 
IV    Oberon                  583500   0.068   0.001   104.4   279.8   283.1    13.46   13.2          1522 1787 
Irregular Groups   
XXII  Francisco   S/2001 U3   4276000  145.2   0.146   124.7    93.1    90.9    266.6   25.0          22   2001 
XVI   Caliban     S/1997 U1   7231000  140.9   0.159   342.6   163.5   163.1    579.7   22.4          72   1997 
XX    Stephano    S/1999 U2   8004000  144.1   0.229    19.0   188.1    82.2    677.4   24.1          32   1999 
XXI   Trinculo    S/2001 U1   8504000  167.1   0.220   159.8   194.9    22.3    759.0   25.4          18   2001 
XVII  Sycorax     S/1997 U2  12179000  159.4   0.522    19.9   260.9   170.2   1288.3   20.8          150  1997 
XXIII Margaret    S/2003 U3  14345000   56.6   0.661    89.4     3.5   322.4   1694.8   25.2          20   2003 
XVIII Prospero    S/1999 U3  16256000  152.0   0.445   175.6   316.8   180.9   1977.3   23.2          50   1999 
XIX   Setebos     S/1999 U1  17418000  158.2   0.591     1.5   247.6   126.4   2234.8   23.3          47   1999 
XXIV  Ferdinand   S/2001 U2  20901000  169.8   0.368   159.6   216.4   234.5   2823.4   25.1          21   2003 

a - The mean semi-major axis.
i - The mean inclination.
e - The mean eccentricity.
Peri - The argument of Pariaphis.
Node - The longitude of the ascending node.
M - The mean anomaly.
Period - The time of one revolution around Uranus.
mag - The optical magnitude of the object (R-band).
H - The absolute magnitude of the object.
Size - The diameter of the object.
Year - The year of discovery.

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