Juliet is the sixth moon in order of distance from Uranus. It is named after the heroine of Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet and is also known as Uranus XI. Curiously, Juliet revolves around Uranus slightly faster than Uranus spins on its axis. Based on light curves and direct imaging, it appears to be a very elongated object.
|discovery||1986, by Voyager 2|
|semimajor axis||64,350 km (39,990 mi)|
|diameter||150 × 74 km (93 × 46 mi)|
|orbital period||0.493 day (11 h 50 min)|
|visual albedo||0.07 (assumed)|