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How large is Earth compared to Saturn?

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Answered 2011-11-25 11:04:34

Saturn is 120,536 km; that's about 9.5 times bigger than the diameter of the Earth. The surface area of Saturn is 83 times the area of Earth, and the volume is 764 times the volume of Earth. In other words, you could fit 764 planets the size of Earth inside Saturn! and thats alot of planets.

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