Planet Saturn

# How many years would it take to travel from Saturn to the sun?

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###### 2017-06-17 14:07:22

Between 3 & 4 years - using current technology.

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## Related Questions

Yes, the technology exists for someone to travel to Saturn, but the journey would take many years.

It is actually 7 billion light years away and if we wanted to travel to it we would be dead before we even got there

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

If astronauts do visit Saturn, they would not be able to land as Saturn is pretty much just a ball of gas. It would not be for many decades, as they have not devised a ship that will travel far enough.

Saturn has about 3 thousand years left

That would depend on the speed. With current technology, several years.

No one knows for sure, but Saturn and the other planets would have formed about 4.6 billion years ago.

It takes nearly 11000 Earth days or 29 and a half Earth years.

It depends how fast you are moving. If you could somehow travel at the speed of light for 100% of the distance, it would take you 50 years to arrive.

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

It depends on the speed, the propulsion, and the orbit used. A conventional chemical rocket, with very limited fuel, could take several years. While there are no continuous thrust rockets yet available, if you could accelerate at 1 g, your travel time to Saturn would be about 2 weeks, depending on where the Earth and Saturn were in their orbits. Of course, if the question were "When will people get to Saturn", the answer is probably "In about 50 years". NASA does not currently have the ability to send people back to the Moon, and won't for another 10 years. After that, it will be a question of costs and priorities.

Around 29 and a half Earth years for Saturn to orbit the Sun.

That is how many Earth years it takes for Saturn to go around the Sun once.

It would take a proximately 5087978,6868606 years and that's a long tym

How many orbits... for what? Saturn orbits the Sun approximately once every 30 years.

1 year on Saturn ( the time to orbit the Sun) is about 29.5 Earth years.

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.

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