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Excluding its rings, the mean diameter of planet Saturn is approximately 120,000 km (74,500 miles), more than 8 times the diameter of Earth:

120,536 ± 8 km at the equator (74,898 miles),
and 108,728 ± 20 km through the poles. (67,560 miles).


The difference between the equatorial and polar diameters is due to the rapid spin and fluid nature of the planet, which causes the equator to bulge significantly.
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What is Saturns equatorial diameter?

Saturn's diameter at its equator is about 74,900 miles (120,540 kilometers).

How big is Saturns diameter?

Saturn's diameter at its equator is about 74,900 miles (120,540 kilometers).

What is the diameter of Saturn including the rings?

Saturn's diameter is around 364,900km with rings, from ring edge to ring edge. Related Information: The rings start from 6,630km above the equator and extent out to 120,700k

What is the diameter about Saturn?

Saturn has an equatorial diameter of 120,536 km, about 9.4 times that of Earth. That makes it the second largest planet in our Solar System, trailing only Jupiter. Like al