The solar system has a single “waltzing pair” of satellites. What satellites are they?

“Waltzing pair” is called co-orbital, ie, moving in practically the same orbits, the satellites of Saturn – Epithemius and Janus. Once every four years they approach each other and, due to the gravitational interaction, “exchange” their orbits. This pair of satellites has no analogues in the solar system.

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