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A day on Saturn is about 11 hours on Earth.

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A planet's day is the time it takes the planet to rotate or spin once on its axis. Saturn rotates faster than Earth so a day on Saturn is shorter than a day on Earth. A day on Saturn is 10.656 hours long.

I`ll assume by a day you mean an Earth day (24 hours). Saturn rather !

A day on Saturn lasts 10.6 hours, while a day on Earth lasts about 24 hours. So a Day on Saturn is 44.4% as long as an Earth day.

No planet has. (Planet Saturn has a year lasting about 29 Earth years.)

On the planet Saturn, a single day lasts ten hours thirty-nine minutes. This refers to the time it takes for Saturn to rotate on its axis.

Saturn is only 700 times larger than Earth by volume. By diameter it is about 9 times larger than Earth. It has a shorter day simply because it spins much faster.

one day on saturn in earth days is 10 hours and 37 minutes

Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.

A year on Saturn is the equivalent of 29.5 Earth years. A day on Saturn is 10 hours and 39 minuets long.

Because a day is defined as how long it takes a planet to rotate on it's axis, and has nothing to do with the size of a planet. However, Saturn rotates at about 35,500 kph whereas the Earth for comparison only rotates at 1,675 kph.

Saturn spins way to fast that one Earth day is only 4 hours in Saturn

The temperature on Saturn is -180Cº, which is -292Fº. This may be cold, but Saturn is farther from the sun then Earth is. and because it is a outer planet

First, Titan is a moon of the planet Saturn. And a day on that moon lasts 15.9Earth-days.

One earth day is 24 hours no matter where you are.

A "Day" relates to the rotation of the planet. The giant Saturn spins around, or rotates, once every 10 hours and 45 minutes. So it's "Day" is only 10 hours 45 minutes (earth hours) long. Whereas Earth spins slower so its day is longer.

There are four actually. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

Because Saturn spins faster than Earth does. The 'day' is the length of time a planet takes to complete one spin on its axis of rotation.

Since I have been learning about Saturn it lasts 10 hours and 39 minutes

It should be --- Earth Day, Planet Earth.

Since gas planets like Saturn are not exactly as easy to find measurements with as solids such as Earth, it's harder to tell. However, since Saturn does rotate faster than the Earth, a "day" there would be 10.656 hours long.

This is planet Earth, so one Earth day is one day on this planet.

No, a day on Saturn is much shorter than one Earth day. The giant planet spins around, or rotates, once every ten and one-half (earth) hours.It spins every 10 hours 45 minutes and 45 seconds

Because the planet revolves much faster than Earth does despite it's larger size.

A Saturnian day is 0.44 Earth days long and It year is 29.45 Earth years long. So Duing one orbital period Saturn has about 24,440 sunrises.

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