None. Jupiter is larger than Saturn.
Jupiter is 318 times the mass of Earth. Saturn is 95 times the mass of Earth. So Jupiter is 318/95 = 3.347 times the mass of Saturn.
Mercury is about 28.4 times smaller than Jupiter. You could fit about 22,906 Mercuries inside Jupiter.
Jupiter is so big Earth would fit inside it 318 times
Jupiter has 63 moons and Saturn has 60.
If you mean like how many Earths can fit in Jupiter, then 1,321.3 Earths can fit inside Jupiter.
Jupiter has three, the main, halo, and the gossamer. Saturn has a lot.
At this moment Jupiter has 63 moons and moonlets Saturn has 60
Only 1 whole Saturn would fit inside of Jupiter. In decimals, you'd only get 1.2 Saturns on Jupiter.
earth could fit inside Jupiter 1,300 times.
Jupiter is about 28.4 times larger than Mercury. You could fit about 23,000 Mercury's inside Jupiter.