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Titania (moon) Titania The high-resolution Voyager 2 image of Titania taken on January 24, 1986 Discovery Discovered by William Herschel Discovery date January 11, 1787 [1] Designations Pronunciation / t ɨ ˈ t ɑː n j ə / or / t a ɪ ˈ t e ɪ n i ə / [a] Alternate name(s) Uranus III Adjective Titanian Orbital characteristics Semi-major axis 435 910 km [3] Eccentricity 0.0011 [3] Orbital period 8.706 234 d [3] Inclination 0.340° (to Uranus' equator) [3] Satellite of Uranus Physical characteristics Mean radius 788.4 ± 0.6 km (0.1235 Earths) [4] Surface area 7 820 000 km² [b] Volume 2 065 000 000 km³ [c] Mass 3.527 ± 0.09 × 10 21 kg (5.908 × 10 −4 Earths) [5] Mean density 1.711 ± 0.005 g /cm³ [4] Equatorial surface gravity 0.38 m/s² [d] Escape velocity 0.773 km/s [e] Rotation period presumed synchronous [6]
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Albedo 0.35 (geometrical), 0.17 (Bond) [7] Surface temp. solstice [4] min mean max 60 K 70 ± 7 K 89 K Apparent magnitude 13.9 [8] Atmosphere Surface pressure <10–20
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