Saturn By,Nicolette brady

Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun and the 2nd largest planet from earth in the solar system line up.

Saturn the 6th planet

Saturn is also the planet with the huge curved glamouring ring. With a total of 7 main ring Saturn,has a a total of thousands of smaller rings.

The huge rings of Saturn

The amount of moons that Saturn has in its atmosphere is 53-62 ,but only 14 main moons.

Saturns moons

The weather on Saturn is between -139 and -218 on a average night and day

Saturns north pole

The man who discovered Saturn in 1610 is a man named Galileo galilei who lived in Italy at the time.

Galileo galile 1637

"The first probes that were sent to Saturn was In 1979, Pioneer 11 became the first spacecraft to fly by and study Saturn up close. Voyager 1 flew by in 1980 and Voyager 2 in 1981. These spacecraft studied many of the moons of Saturn as well. In July 2004, the Cassini spacecraft reached Saturn"

Pioneer 11-voyager 1-2-Cassini

The weather on Saturn is mostly made of wind and Temperature changes the only climate on Saturn is wind which is in the -100° and -200° Fahrenheit

Example of the climate wind change on Saturn

Besides the climate the Color of the Saturn is a creamy wight and hazel yellow with hints of reddish- brown do to it ammonia crystals near the top of the atmosphere.

Showing the Color of saturn

The surface and well the whole planet of Saturn is gas along with toxic substances like hydrogen and helium and ammonia.

Showing the atmosphere of Saturn...

The size of Saturn is 95 time earth giving it a equatorial diameter 72,367.4 miles.

The comparison of Saturn and earth.

Orbiting ( revolution) of Saturn is 890,750,000 miles (1,433,530,000 kilometers) 29 1/2 years to complete a orbit the sun.

Saturn orbiting the sun

One day on Saturn last 10.7 hour and one year on Saturn is equal to 29.5 earth years.

The day Saturn smiled (fake)

Saturns beautiful rings are not solid. They are made up of bits of ice, dust and rock.

Saturns beautiful ring up close.

Saturn could float in water because it is mostly made of gas. (Earth is made of rocks and things.)

Real, and pretty picture of Saturn.

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