Telesto (Greek: Τελεστώ) is a moon of Saturn. It was discovered in 1980 CE from ground-based observations from Terra, and was provisionally designated S/1980 S 13. In the following months, several other apparitions were observed: S/1980 S 24, S/1980 S 33, and S/1981 S 1.
Telesto is co-orbital with Tethys, residing in Tethys' leading (L4). This relationship was first identified in 1981 CE. Another moon, Calypso, resides in the other (trailing) Lagrangian point of Tethys, 60 degrees in the other direction from Tethys. The Saturnian system has two additional Trojan moons.
Union World - Member of the Saturn Moon Assocation. First surface survey was conducted by an United Earth Astronaut team under the lead of United Earth Space Force Captain Rick Sanchez in 2098 OTT. United Earth Sol System Expedition 67 “Ring Moons Mission".
The moon is a quiet world. Residents seek recreation mostly at other places in the Sol System.
Civics are managed by a Community Administrator that is hired by an elected council.