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No. Saturn is beyond the asteroid belt.

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Saturn lies outside the asteroid belt.



no its in the outer side of the asteroid belt


Saturn is well beyond the asteroid belt. The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Saturn is the next farthest from the sun, after Jupiter.


yes Saturn is outside the asteroid belt, it ends between mars and jupiter.


saturn is outside the asteroid belt


The planets that are after the asteroid belt are: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, [Pluto].


Saturn is outside the Asteroid Belt. It is an "outer planet".


outer. But it's not in the asteroid belt, of course.


Outside. The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


No, although there probably are a few asteroids between Jupiter and Saturn the asteroid belt is between Jupiter and Mars.


Saturn isn't located in the asteroid belt. In the solar system, you have the sun, mercury, venus, earth, mars, the asteroid belt (separating terrestrial and jovian planets) then jupiter, saturn, uranus, and finally neptune. Pluto is not a planet.


Saturn is outside the asteroid belt. It is one of the outer planets rather than the inner planets, and that determination is made by whether they are between the Sun and the Asteroid Belt, or not.The order goes like this:The SunMercuryVenusEarthMars>>> Asteroid Belt JupiterSaturnUranusNeptunePluto etc.


The very distinct difference between Saturn and all the other planets is it has an Asteroid ring / belt. Saturn has its own asteroid belt and no other planet does.


The very distinct difference between Saturn and all the other planets is it has an Asteroid ring / belt. Saturn has its own asteroid belt and no other planet does.


Saturn has a asteroid belt



The first four planets - Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars - are located before the asteroid belt. The remaining four planets - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune - are located afterthe asteroid belt. Thus, the asteroid belt separates the inner planets from the outer planets.


Its Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Asteroid belt, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.


The Planet Jupiter is between the planet Saturn and the asteroid belt. On the other side of the asteroid belt is the planet Mars.


Outside, about twice as far as Jupiter (also outside). The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


Saturn, because between mars and jupiter is the asteroid belt.


No planet has an asteroid belt on it. The asteroid belt is it's own entity in the solar system. Saturn has a large ring system made of rocks and ice. All the other gas planets have far less extensive ring systems than Saturn. Perhaps that is what you mean. ITS CERES <--No, Ceres in a minor planet inside the asteroid belt.


It is not an asteroid belt, it is a ring, This ring is composed of gases, icy rocks and rocks, these rings are possible because, it was carried by the Saturn's moons. Saturn now has 64 moons that is possible for making ring of saturn


Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are the planets located farther from the Sun than the solar system's main Asteroid Belt.



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