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The sidereal rotational period of Saturn (1 Saturn day) is 10 hours 45 minutes and 45 seconds which is about 0.4484375 Earth days.

The orbital period of Saturn is 29.4571 Earth years or 10,759.22 Earth days (24,491.07 Saturn days).

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Saturn: Size (Earth=1) 9.45 Mass (Earth=1) 95 Rotation Period (days)(Earth=1) 0.44 Orbital Period (years) 29.46



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