illustration of Saturn's rings
Who or what is Saturn named after?
Saturn was named after the Roman God of agriculture.
How far is Saturn from the sun?
It is 885,904,700 miles from the sun.
What is Saturn's diameter?
Saturn is 74,898 in diameter.
What is the temperature range on Saturn?
It's averge temperature is -288 degrees F.
How many moons does Saturn have?
Saturn has 60 moons. Most of the moons are really tiny but Saturn does have the second largest moon in the solar system called Titan.
How long is a year on Saturn?
It is 29.46 Earth years or 10,759 Earth days.
How long is a day?
A day is 10 hours 39 minutes.
What are some important facts about Saturn?
You can see Saturn with the naked eye. There could be life on one of Saturn's moons called Enceladus because it has liquid water. Saturn would float in water becaust it is less dense.
What is the composition of Saturn?
Saturn is another gas planet made of hydrogen and helium.
What is the air like on Saturn?
Under the cloud layer of mostly hydrogen and helium is a layer of liquid hydrogen then a layer metallic hydrogen, then a core of rocky and metal elements.
How much do I weigh on Saturn?
I would weigh 54 pounds on Saturn, Josie 42, Emeline 22 and Margie 10.