Saturn takes almost 30 years for one revolution, if that's what
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The mass of the sun is around 3500 times that of Saturn. 3500 Saturn masses = the suns mass.
For Saturn to complete one revolution around the Sun of our solar system, it takes 10759 Earth days.
It goes around the sun 29.5 times and Saturn has 21 moons while Pluto only goes around in earth times 247. So if Pluto goes around once Saturn goes around the sun 29.5
In 24 hours, or one earth day, Saturn would have rotated 2 ¼ times.
Saturn goes around the sun once every Saturn Year, and that is only once every 29.46 Earth Years.
about 4.15 times
Earth can fit in to Saturn 9.40 times.
Earth can fit into Saturn 1,205 times.
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.
The Earth travels 365.25 times farther than the moon in one revolution. The moon's revolution around the Earth takes only one day; the Earth's revolution around the Sun takes 365.25 days.
It is a topic commonly argued about by astronomers ( I don't know why! ), but most sources cite the time Saturn takes to make one revolution around the Sun as approximately 84 earth years
Saturn is 877.7 times the volume of Venus.
In one revolution around our Sun, the Earth rotates just over 365 times. In 4 revolutions around the Sun, the Earth rotates about 1461 times. The average year for the Earth is about 365.25 days.
IF you're referring to the moon, then 13.
The question is a bit mixed up. I guess it means "How much time does Saturn take to revolve around the Sun?", probably. The answer to that is : about 29 and a half Earth years.
Saturn is about 9.41 times larger than the Earth
saturn rotates 1.25 times in a earth day
Saturn, the 6th planet from the sun, takes 29 Earth years to complete it's rotation around the sun. A day on Saturn only takes 10 hours and 39 minutes
That doesn't take years. One rotation takes about 10 and a 1/2 hours. Note: If you mean its movement around the Sun, that's not called rotation; it's called revolution, or orbiting. Saturn revolves around the Sun in about 29.5 years.
None. Jupiter is larger than Saturn.
15. One year is one revolution of Earth around the Sun. 15. One year is one revolution of Earth around the Sun. 15. One year is one revolution of Earth around the Sun. 15. One year is one revolution of Earth around the Sun.
Titan has an orbital period of just under 16 Earth days.
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.
Saturn is over six times further from the sun than Mars.
The moon's periods of axial rotation and orbital revolution are precisely equal. The answer to the question is: 1.000...
once. One revolution is called a year.
Exactly once for each complete revolution.
Saturn is 95,159 times the mass of Earth while Pluto is 0.218% the mass of Earth. So Saturn is 43,651 times the mass of Pluto.
Saturn has at least 61 moons orbiting it (but no planets)
Saturn is about 9.41 times larger than Earth. You could fit 833 Earths inside Saturn See link for planet comparison.
saturn has only been visited 4 times by spacecrafts
The Sun is about 11.4 times larger than Saturn so about 1,482 Saturns would fit in the Sun
It takes 29.5 Earth Years
It takes about 29.46 Earth years for Saturn to orbit around our sun.
You have a super vague question. Go type more, learn more English, and then ask again.
About 10 times bigger About 10 times bigger
The Saturn 5 was used from Apollo 8 to Apollo 17, so there were ten Apollo missions with the Saturn .
Neptune is 4.5 billion kilometres from the sun and Saturn is 1.4 billion kilometres from the sun. This means that Neptune is 3.214 times further from the sun than Saturn.
The moon does not revolve around the Sun; it revolves around the Earth. One revolution takes a little under 29 days.
The Moon is "tidally locked" to the Earth meaning the same side is always facing it. Because of this, it rotates once for every one revolution.
Saturn currently has 60 known moons. Astronomers are discovering new small moons around Saturn all the time.
Every earth day, the earth travels 0.002738 of one complete revolution around the sun.
Saturn has MORE THAN 60 MOONS but I don't know their description
Saturn has about 61 moons discovered to date, but there will probably more to be discovered
Your an idiot for asking this. Saturn revolves around the Sun. Ya know the big yellow thing?
According to NASA, Saturn has a volume 763.5 times the volume of the Earth. So, by volume, some 763 and a half Earths could fit into Saturn. (Saturn is the least dense major planet, and has a mass only 95.2 times that of the Earth.)
i would have to say 20 times
0.0366 time per day. One complete revolution in 27.32 days.
Around 29 and a half Earth years for Saturn to orbit the Sun.