On July 16, 1990, Mark Showalter was looking at pictures from the Voyager 2 probe taken in 1981, when he found Pan. Ut was given the temporary name of S/1981 S13 because the pictures were taken in that year and it was a satellite of the planet Saturn.
- Pan orbits in the Encke Gap in Saturn's A Ring.
- Pan has a walnut shape.
- Jupiter's moon Carme used to be called Pan.
- It is 35 km across and 23 km high
- It was named after the Greek god of shepherds because it was a shepherd moon.
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