The largest satellites of Saturn

Saturn has at least 62 natural satellites, here are the main ones in order of magnitude.

NamePictureDiameterWeightTemperatureComposition
Titan5,151 km134,520.00 × 1018 kg-179°CNitrogen, diazote, methane, ice, carbon, silicates, iron, ammonia
Rhea1,528 km2,306.51 × 1018 kg-174°CIce, silicates
Iapetus1,471 km1,805.63 × 1018 kg-143°CIce, silicates, carbon, hydrogen cyanide
Dione1,123 km1,095.45 × 1018 kg-186°CIce, silicates
Thetys1,066 km617.44 × 1018 kg-187°CIce, silicates
Enceladus504 km108.02 × 1018 kg-198°CIce, silicates
Mimas396 km37.49 × 1018 kg-188°CIce, silicates
Hyperion266 km5.58 × 1018 kg-180°CIce, silicates
Phoebe214 km8.29 × 1018 kg-195°CIce, silicates
Janus179 km1.88 × 1018 kg-195°CIce
Epimetheus113 km0.53 × 1018 kg-195°CIce
Prometheus86 km0.15 × 1018 kg-199°CIce, silicates
Pandora80 km0.13 × 1018 kg-195°CIce

Reminder:

– the Earth has a diameter of 12,756 km, a weight of 5,973,600.00 x 10^18 kg,
– the Moon has a diameter of 3,476 km, a weight of 73,420.00 × 10^18 kg.