Saturn Erynn pool
Mass and how it compares to the Earth
Saturns mass is about 95 times more than Earths mass.
The size and how it compares to erath
36,184 miles (58,232 km)
Saturn is 120,536 km; that's about 9.5 times bigger than the diameter of the Earth.
How long does it take saturn to orbit the sun
29.45 years (or 10,759 days)
How long does it take saturn to rotate once
10 hours and 39 minutes
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Saturn is approximately 75% hydrogen and 25% helium with traces of other substances like methane and water ice. Saturn's atmosphere, although similar to Jupiter's, is much less interesting to look at from a distance.
Saturn is a pretty cool planet, This is because most of the planet's heat comes from its interior, rather than from the sun.
Earth Based Telescope
Hubble space telescope
There is 53 moons.
Here are 5
Why did i choose this planet
Because i like the color of it, the ring and how it has alot of moons.
Only 4 spacecraft sent from Earth have ever visited Saturn, and three of these were just brief flybys.
Fact- The 9.5-foot, 570-pound satellite would cruise by Jupiter and Saturn as it escaped from the solar system, revealing these two worlds in unprecedented detail to scientists back on Earth.
Fact- Voyager 1 found that about 7 percent of the volume of Saturn's upper atmosphere is helium (compared with 11 percent of Jupiter's atmosphere), while almost all the rest is hydrogen.
Fact- Voyager 2 is a space probe launched by NASA on August 20, 1977 to study the outer planets.
Date- July 2004
Fact-The Cassini-Huygens spacecraft has been orbiting Saturn since 2004. The mission is known for discoveries such as finding jets of water erupting from Enceladus, and tracking down a few new moons for Saturn.
Fact 1- Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun and the second largest planet in the solar system.
Fact 2- Saturn spins faster than any other planet except Jupiter, completing a rotation roughly every 10-and-a-half hours.
Fact 3- Saturn has the lowest density of all the planets.
Fact 4- Saturn was the Roman name for Cronus, the lord of the Titans in Greek mythology.
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