No, Saturn is much larger than Earth.
Saturn is 9.4 times LARGER than the earth
Saturn is about 9.41 times larger than the Earth
Saturn's larger size make its gravity much stronger than the earth's.
Saturn is much larger than the Earth. It has a radius about 9 times the size of the Earth's and its mass is more than 95 times that of the Earth.
No, Saturn is the second largest planet in the solar system. Jupiter is the largest planet but both of them, along with Uranus and Neptune are all much larger than Earth.
The gas giant, Saturn, is much larger than the Earth, having about 9.4 times the surface area of the Earth. Saturn-120,034 km Earth-12,756 km
No. Saturn is much larger than Earth. The equatorial diameter of Saturn is 120,536 km,about 9.5 times bigger than Earth's. The surface area of Saturn is 83 times the area of Earth. The volume is 764 times the volume of Earth. The mass of Saturn is 95 times the mass of the Earth.
The four 'gas giants'.. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are all much larger than Earth.