Saturnwas named for the Roman god of agriculture..
saturn is not greek he is roman greek name for saturn is kronos
Saturn is the name of the Greek titan "Kronos"
Saturn gets its name from the Roman god Saturn. God of agriculture.
Titan is the origin name of Saturn.
The name Saturn means "most remote planet" because at the time it was named, it was the furthest planet from the sun. The planet was named after the Roman god of agriculture, Saturn.
If you mean Saturn's moon, either Titan or Saturn VI.
No, Saturn was the Roman name of Cronus.
Saturn is Cronus. Cronus was his greek name, Saturn his roman name.
Saturn is named after the Roman god of the same name. Saturn was considered the god of agriculture.
They called it Saturn.
Not sure what you mean with "known as"; there is no special name for this distance, if that's what you mean.
named after a god saturna
because it is farther out then Jupiter Saturn got its name from Saturn a roman god. Saturn was jupiters father
Saturn was named after the roman god of agriculture.
All the planets are named after Roman gods (Mercury, Mars and so on). Saturn was the Roman equivalent of the Greek god Kronos the Titan, who was the father of Zeus and his 5 brothers and sisters. The name Saturn is possibly from the Latin word for "to sow" as Saturn was the Roman god of agriculture amongst other things.
Cronus, Kronos or Cronos a male agricultural deity
Galileo discovered Saturn
what were the name of Jupiter and Saturn
No, Saturn was named in ancient times.
from the car manufacturers 'SATURN'
Saturn.... That is the only name unless you want other languages....
Saturn is the scientific name for the sixth planet from the sun in our solar system
Saturn is named after the Greek god of agriculture.