The answer depends on where Saturn is in relation to the earth. Since both planets orbit the sun at different distances and different speeds, this distance varies over time.

Check out this webpage- http://www.fourmilab.ch/cgi-bin/uncgi/Solar/

It lists the distances from earth to the other planets and the sun, updated constantly. Right now, the distance from Earth to Saturn is 10.326 AU. One AU is equal to the mean distance from the Earth to the Sun; 149,598,000 km.

So we calculate the answer taking the current distance in AU, converting to kilometers, then dividing by the speed of light (300,000km/sec, roughly)

10.326 au * 149,598,000 km/au = 1544748948 km (1,544,750,000 km if we're keeping track of significant digits).

Divide by c- 1,544,750,000 km / 300,000 km/s = 5149.2 seconds.

Convert to hours by dividing by 3600 (60 seconds / minute * 60 minutes / hour)

=1.43 hours or so.

[you can get a more precise hour by using a better value for the speed of light, but the answer will be very close to what is given.]

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Q: How many hours would it take to travel to Saturn at the speed of light?

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Using the formula speed = distance/time and that Saturn from earth is 821,190,000 miles and the speed of light 186,000miles per second. Then rearrange the formula for time we find the answer is 4415 seconds or 73.58 minutes or 1.226 hours

A man can't travel at the speed of light.A man can't travel at the speed of light.A man can't travel at the speed of light.A man can't travel at the speed of light.

As far as i know, no one has been able to travel to saturn yet because of its distance...it would take a long time to get there unless they were to find a way to travel at the speed of light

There is no way to travel at the speed of light.

The speed of light in water is less than the speed of light in space. Only light can travel at the speed of light.

Saturn has an average orbital radius of 9.58 AU or about 1,433,449,370 km, so light from the Sun's surface would reach there in about 1 hour and 20 minutes (79.6 mins). This would vary by up to 4 minuites depending on where Saturn was in its orbit.

At the speed of light it would take take just over an hour. By conventional rocket: the Cassini probe took seven years to reach Saturn. Pioneer 11 took 6 years

No. Nothing with mass can travel at the speed of light.

It seems to be impossible to travel faster than the speed of light (in a vacuum).It seems to be impossible to travel faster than the speed of light (in a vacuum).It seems to be impossible to travel faster than the speed of light (in a vacuum).It seems to be impossible to travel faster than the speed of light (in a vacuum).

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You don't. The only objects that can travel at the speed of light are those that ONLY travel at that speed, like photons or gravitons.

Yes, a photon may travel at the speed of light. If it had mass, at the speed of light, its mass would be infinite. This is impossible, so photons travel at the speed of light and have no mass.

Any massless "thing" like a photon and MAYBE a neutrino. NOTHING with mass can travel at the speed of light. Photons travel at the speed of light. The entire electromagnetic spectrum travels at the speed of light.

All electromagnetic waves travel at the speed of light.

The speed at which you travel has a direct bearing on the time required.Ignoring relativistic effects, estimates of the solution may be derived by direct application of the Newtonian lawsof motion, somewhat as follows, to wit:Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Time required to travel 4 light-hours c (light speed) . . . . . . . . . 4 hours0.001c (300,000 m/s). . . . 40 hours0.000001c (300 m/s) . . . . 400 hours60 mph. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,100 years

Engines cannot travel at light speed. The only thing that can travel at this speed is the Photon, the particle of light.

According to Einstein's theories we cannot travel at the speed of light, only close to it. There are many theories on how we can travel near (or beyond) the speed of light.

That depends on the speed. Once you decide at what speed you will travel, divide the distance (in miles) by the speed (in miles per hours). The result will be in hours.That depends on the speed. Once you decide at what speed you will travel, divide the distance (in miles) by the speed (in miles per hours). The result will be in hours.That depends on the speed. Once you decide at what speed you will travel, divide the distance (in miles) by the speed (in miles per hours). The result will be in hours.That depends on the speed. Once you decide at what speed you will travel, divide the distance (in miles) by the speed (in miles per hours). The result will be in hours.

Nothing physical is believed to be able to travel twice the speed of light.

No. Nothing can travel faster than the speed of light.

At the speed of light, about 1.02 years.At any other speed, 6 trillion/your speed in mph hours.

About 300,000 kilometers per second, the same as its speed over any other route in vacuum.

Probably not in five lifetimes! Light speed travel is a work of fiction, like in sci fi movies. No human will ever travel at the speed of light.

Working with very, very round numbers . . .-- The Earth's average distance from the sun is 1 AU.-- Saturn's average distance from the sun is 9 AU.-- The closest together that Earth and Saturn can ever be is 8 AU = 66.5 minutes at light speed.-- The farthest apart that Earth and Saturn can ever be is 10 AU = 83.2 minutes at light speed.

Gamma rays travel exactly the speed of light because gamma rays are light