Saturn The planet with the ring

The diameter of the equator of Saturn is 74,899,898.

The rotation of Saturn is 29.4 Earth years.

The average distance is 886,526,100 miles.

The planet Saturn was named after the Roman god Saturn the god of agriculture and the harvest.

At the cloud tops it can get to 9,000 degrees Fahrenheit.



Fact 1 : Saturn has at least 50 moons.

Fact 2 : A high wind on Earth is a small one on Saturn.

Fact 3 : Saturn is known for its gleaming rings.

Fact 4 : It is the sixth planet away from the Sun.



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