S/2004 S 6 is the provisional designation of a natural satellite of Saturn that was discovered in 2004 (on October 28 images) by the Cassini probe team, led by Carolyn C. Porco et al. The moon appears to be in the vicinity of the F Ring, and may be a clump of ring material, like S/2004 S 3 and S/2004 S 4. Its approximate orbital period and semimajor axis are 0.61 d and 140 Mm, respectively.

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