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Density of the planets?
Saturn has the least density. It is .7 on average. The density is less than waters density. So this planet "float" on water its so light.
Saturn wins by a considerable margin. It's the only planet less dense than water.
Saturn has the lowest density of all the planets in our Solar System. It has a density less than water, so it would actually float if you could find a big enough bath. There… is a possibility, that there are planets less dense than Saturn outside of our Solar System, but we have yet to find any.
This is a difficult question to answer exactly since density = mass/volume and there is no way of measuring the mass or volume of a planet exactly, but the estimations are as …follows: 1) Mercury = 5.427 g/cm³ 2) Venus = 5.204 g/cm³ 3) Earth = 5.515 g/cm³ 4) Mars = 3.934 g/cm³ 5) Jupiter = 1.326 g/cm³ 6) Saturn = 0.687 g/cm³ 7) Uranus = 1.270 g/cm³ 8) Neptune = 1.638 g/cm³
Although a lot more massive, the four outer gas giant planets are less dense than the inner rocky planets. The densities of the four inner planets are between 3.94 g/cm3 to 5.…515 g/cm3, ehile the outer gas planet densities range from 0.7 g/cm3 to 1.76 g/cm3.
Saturn has lowest density :)
The Terrestrial planets have a higher density. Their structure includes a large percentage of rock, while the Jovian planets are composed mostly of gas.
Mars has the lowest density
No, size does not go with density. The Earth is the most dense planet in the solar system, but it is the 4th smallest planet.
Saturn, Uranus, Jupiter, and Neptune have the lowest densities. Generally, the gas and ice giants have the lowest densities. Saturn has the lowest density of 0.687 g/cm³ wh…ich is less dense than water, whereas Neptune has a density of 1.638 g/cm³ The Earth for comparison has a density of 5.515 g/cm3
Define "high". The terrestrial planets have considerably higher average densities than the "gas giants". In our Solar System, anyway ... it just so happens that …Jupiter is about as large (in terms of volume) as it's possible for a planet to get. When you add more mass to a Jupiter-sized planet, you don't get a larger planet, you get a denser one. A planet with a mass 8x that of Jupiter would be denser than Earth, the densest planet in the Solar System.
The four inner, terrestrial or rocky planets all have similar densities, much higher than the four outer gas giant planets (though the outer planets are much larger and more m…assive).