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Leda In Greek mythology, Queen of Sparta, the wife of Tyndareus and mother of Clytemnestra. She was also the mother of Castor and Pollux, and Helen by Zeus. The myth reveals that Zeus came to her in the form of a swan.

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Leda in Greek mythology, the wife of Tyndareus king of Sparta. She was loved by Zeus, who visited her in the form of a swan; among her children were the Dioscuri, Helen, and Clytemnestra.

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Leda (Jupiter XIII) One of the lesser satellites of Jupiter, with a diameter of 10 km.

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