Planet Saturn

How many years does Saturns orbit take?


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2009-07-11 22:13:13
2009-07-11 22:13:13

It takes almost 30 Earth years for Saturn to go around the sun once. So, 1 year on Saturn = 29.6 years on Earth. When you turn 29 and a half, Saturn will be back in the same place it was the day you were born!

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