Definition of Enceladus in English:

Enceladus

proper noun

Astronomy
  • A satellite of Saturn, the eighth closest to the planet, discovered by W. Herschel in 1789. Probably composed mainly of ice, it has a diameter of 311 miles (500 km)

Origin

Named after a Greek mythological giant killed by Athene.

Pronunciation:

Enceladus

/ənˈselədəs/