Saturn and Earth

By: Clayton Moore


Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun. Its the second largest planet in our soar system. Saturn is mostly made of Hydrogen and Helium. Saturn is big enough to hold 760 Earths. Saturn will float if its placed in a big enough body of water to hold it. Saturn's magnetic field is about 578 times more powerful than Earths.


Earth is the third planet from the sun. Its the largest out of all the terrestrial planets. Earth was approximately formed 4.54 billion years ago. The four seasons are a result of Earths axis being tilted more than 23 degrees. Earth is the only known planet to support life. Its orbit period is 365.26 days, which is a year. Earths magnetic field protects it from solar winds.