The fourth moon in order of distance from Uranus.
It is named after the daughter of Calchas, a character in Shakespeare's
play Troilus and Cressida and is also known as Uranus IX. Cressida was discovered
by Stephen P. Synnott from images sent back by Voyager 2 on Jan. 9, 1986,
and was given the temporary designation S/1986 U3.
||1986, by Voyager 2
||61,780 km (38,400 miles)
||92 × 74 km (57 × 46 miles)
||0.464 day (11 hr 8 min.)