They are made from crystallized ammonia. This answer is certianly correct.
Either Dried lava. Hydrogen and helium. Crystallized ammonia. Carbon dioxide.
The rings around Saturn made out of ice and rocks
Saturn gets its colours from the really fast winds (500m per second) combined with the heat rising from within the planet. This creates the yellow and gold bands visible in the atmosphere.
Saturn reflects light from the sun and that is why it looks yellow. The rings of Saturnare clouds made up of small particles.
Saturn is so yellow because of the sun reflecting of it and plus it is a tan color
Venus is more yellow, but Saturn is a yellow/brown colour.
They were formed by icy rocks.
jupiter and saturn
Jupiter is orange and Saturn is yellow.
Saturn looks yellow due to the composition of its atmosphere. The atmosphere is comprised mainly of hydrogen and helium, which gives off a yellow color.
its the small amounts of elements which make the colours. Uranus and Neptune are blue from methane. Saturn is yellow from ammonia. Jupiter is orange from ammonia hydrosulphide.
Saturn, incidentally, overall has a density less than that of water. If you had a bath tub sufficiently big, Saturn would float in it. Through a telescope, Saturn (the actual planet, not the rings) just looks an ugly yellow color. A closer look however, will reveal bands of white, brown, and even blue gasses
yellow and orange
It is gray and yellow
these are bands formed by the gain or loss of electrons.they are the bands between ions
Not really. They are just rubber bands formed into shapes.
Saturn is the planet that will answer your question
Jupiter is (and to a lesser extent Saturn).
saturn is a hazy yellow color with a little bit of green and orange in it and its rings are more of a brown yellow grey color with sparkly ice particles