By: Emma Strong


One full day one Saturn is 10 hours, 45 minutes, and 45 seconds. One full orbit on Saturn is 10,332 Earth days. So 1 full orbit on Saturn is equal to 29.7 Earth orbits! (aka years)

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Saturn is 839 million miles away from the Sun, and it is 1.2 billion kilometers away from Earth. Also it is very cold on Saturn because it is so far away from the Sun.
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Physical Properties...

Saturn is the second largest planet in the solar system, It is known for its very large, and beautiful rings! It has a total of 14 rings and 50 moons. Also, Saturn is big enough to hold 760 earths, it is more massive than any other planet except Jupiter.
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Since Saturn is so far away from the Sun, it isn't the warmest planet is the Solar System if you know what I mean. The regular temperature is 300 degrees fahrenheit, it also gets lots of cool wind breezes which makes it even colder.
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Saturns Rings...

Saturns rings are the reason Saturn is a very known planet in the solar system! People always think that if you were able to see Saturn through a telescope from Earth, that you could see the rings. Actually you wouldn't! Saturn's rings are mostly made of ice, dust, and rocks, these particles can be the size of salt, or even the size of houses!
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Saturn's moons...

Saturn is one of the planets in the solar system that has the most moons! There are 53 moons total and they all are different shapes and sizes.
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