Saturn at opposition is about 8.5 AU from Earth. One AU is 150,000,000,000 meters. Get out your calculator.
765 earth fit in saturn
Earth can fit into Saturn 1,205 times.
Earth can fit in to Saturn 9.40 times.
They both have moons. Saturn has many more than Earth, but they do both have them.
From Earth to Saturn its approximately 170,000,000 miles away.
Saturn does not orbit the Earth. Saturn and Earth orbit the Sun. Earth takes about 1 year to do so and Saturn takes about 29 years and 6 months to do so.
Earth and Saturn are two very different planets. Saturn has many moons while Earth only has 1 moon. Saturn also has a diameter that is 9 times bigger than Earth.
One year on Saturn is 26 earth years.
Well, it goes like this: Earth -> Mars -> Jupiter -> Saturn
Earth has one moon, Saturn has Sixty-two known moons.
The distance between Earth and Saturn is 932 million miles. The circumference of the planet Saturn is 235,300 miles at its equator.
Saturn is about 9.41 times larger than the Earth
saturn rotates 1.25 times in a earth day
only one earth can fit on saturn
it is 10.66 hours on earth that equal one day on Saturn
1 Saturn year is equal to 29 earth years.
That is how many Earth years it takes for Saturn to go around the Sun once.
A Saturn year is equivalent to 29.7 Earth years. It takes Saturn 10,832 earth days to complete a single orbit around the sun.
10755.7 Earth days.
The sun does not orbit Saturn. Saturn orbits the sun.
The period of rotation of Saturn is 1 Saturn day. Measured in comparision to Earth, Saturn rotates about once every 10 Earth hours, so you could say that Saturn rotates 2.4 times an Earth day.
Hmmmm,It's distance from Earth is not as constant as its distance from the Sun.You can find the answers to you question on wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/), but you'll have to do a little work. The wikipedia entry for Saturn gives its distance from the sun in meters, so you'll have to convert meters to AU. If you don't know what AU is, you can look that up on wikipedia, and once you know what AU is, you will understand why you also need to know the distance from the Earth to the sun in meters. That can be found on the Earth page.Like I said, the distance from Saturn to Earth varies. Consider that approximately once each year (actually a little less often than that), Saturn and Earth are both lined up on the same side of the Sun, and just as often, they are lined up on opposite sides of the sun.If we pretend that that both planets have circular orbits, then you can see that the distance from Saturn to Earth is the same as the distance from Saturn to the Sun plus or minus one Earth-Sun radius.Hope this information helps