Saturn is a major planet that is visible to the n
aked eye. Its polar diameter is 90% of its equatorial diameter, this is due to its low density and fast rotation. Saturn turns on its axis once every 10 hours and 34 minutes giving it the second-shortest day of any of the solar system’s planets. The Saturnian rings are made mostly of chunks of ice and small amounts of carbonaceous dust. The rings stretch out more than 120,700 km from the planet, but are are amazingly thin: only about 20 meters thick. Saturn also have lots of moons(tooooo lazy to get all of them; a total of around 65 moons).Pioneer 11, Voyager 1 and 2, and the Cassini-Huygens mission have all studied the planet. Cassini orbited Saturn, but unfortunately distargeted the wrong moon.

Comparison of earth to Saturn

Saturn is also the second biggest planet in the solar system(also the 2nd massive).

List of Natrual satellites orbiting SaturnEdit