Calypso Observations

Calypso picture
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Calypso co-orbits with Tethys and occupies the L5 (following) Lagrangian Point. The moon Telesco occupies the leading Lagrarian point.

Calypso has dimensions of 30.2x23x14 km with a period of revolution of 0.887802 days. Planned flybys span the mission with close approaches in Aug. and Sept, 2010.

See Small Satellites Events (xlsx, txt) observing log including range, flyby velocity and phase

For observation times and instruments compare Small Satellites Events file with Master Schedule.