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2012-12-16 16:17:19
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They both have moons. Saturn has many more than Earth, but they do both have them.


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Both Mars and Jupiter orbit between the orbits of Earth and Saturn.

At its closest, Earth is about 796 million miles away from Saturn-------------------------------------That is when Saturn and Earth are both on the same side of the Sun and Saturn is at perihelion and Earth is at aphelion. Obviously this happens very rarely and most of the time Saturn and Earth are separated by much more distance with the maximum distance occurring when Saturn and Earth are at opposite sides of the Sun and both at aphelion.

there both planets and there both in the solar system

The planet Earth and Saturn both orbit the sun. They also have day and night since they rotate on their axis. Earth and Saturn each have at least one moon.There both planets, are made of rock, live in the milky way, both have moons (even though Earth has one), and are both a creation of God

Both Mars and Saturn are planets and both orbit further from the Sun than does Earth. They both have atmospheres. They both have natural satellites; Saturn has 40 and Mars has 2.

they are both in our solar system

Both are planets; both orbit the same star.

Uranus and Neptune can both be closer to Saturn than to Earth. It depends where the planets are in their orbits.Jupiter, Mars, Venus and Mercury are all closer to the Earth than Saturn.If the question means "closer to Saturn than Earth is" then we can get a different answer.The minimum distance between Saturn and Uranus is slightly less than the maximum distance between Saturn and Earth.In those circumstances Uranus could be closer to Saturn than Earth is.(Neptune can never be closer to Saturn than Earth is.)

Saturn and Earth are similar because they both:are formed at about the same time,rotate around the sun,rotate on their own axis,are a planet.

They are both planets orbiting the Sun. They both have gravity and a magnetic field, and both spin (rotate), although for Saturn the rotation of its atmosphere varies in speed. They have at least one natural satellite (Earth has one, Saturn more than 60). They both have atmospheres and both have water, in Saturn's case the ice frozen in its rings.

both have seasons both have an elliptical orbit around the sun both have moons both are planets

Saturn rotates/revolves in the same direction as Earth. That is looked at form a position above the north pole of Earth they both revolve anticlockwise.

Both Saturn and Jupiter are very large planets. They are a much lower density than Earth and they are both extremely cold. They both have rings and both are covered in very thick clouds.

Saturn is like earth cause they both are planets the both are in the milky way galaxy and they both have at least one moon.also it is at a 27 degree angle so it gets seasons like summer and the gravity is the same feel.

the differences are that earth has people living on than Saturn

Saturn is big and earth is very smaller than Saturn. Even Saturn has rings and earth dose not have rings.

Both red Both big 2 next largest planets after earth and are both the same size

The length from the Earth to Saturn is 900,352,674.

Because the Earth and Saturn both orbit the Sun, the distance between Earth and Saturn varies constantly. I use the Stellarium program to calculate the distance; as of 12:45 PM PDT on April 5, 2009 it is 8.514366 AU.

No. Jupiter and Saturn have much longer orbits than Earth. Earth orbits the sun in 1 year, while Jupiter takes nearly 12 years to complete an orbit and Saturn nearly 30.

Earth is passing Saturn in its orbit, with both planets on the same side of the Sun.

Saturn has rings and Earth doesn't.Earth has only one moon, while Saturn has 62.Saturn is 95 times more massive than Earth.It has a Great Red Spot (an oval hurricane).Saturn has rings and earth does not.

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Saturn is a least 750,000 miles from Earth

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