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Saturn is kept in orbit by the sun.

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Gravity keeps objects in orbit. It there was no gravity then the object would fly away.


Can an object stay in orbit around Saturn somewhere else besides the rings


It depends on the altitude the object is above Saturn


Planets orbit around the Sun and moons orbit around planets. The gravity is what keeps them in their orbit. Moon of an object that orbits a planet.


Orbits are caused by the force of gravity combined with the speed of the object in the orbit. Saturn's rings consist of millions of small rocks in orbit round Saturn.


Because of Gravity and Inertia. Inertia keeps an object moving. And Gravity keeps an object close to the main object it is rotating around.


Gravity keeps the orbiting object in orbit. If the object has more than a certain speed (depending on the distance from the central object, and the central object's mass), the "orbiting" object would escape. If it has less speed, it remains in orbit.


Gravity combined with the object's "sideways" (tangential to its orbit) motion. The Sun "wants" to pull the object towards it and the object "wants" to fly of into space. When these two things are balanced the object is in a stable orbit.


Gravity from the object (e.g. planet, moon e.t.c.) that they are orbiting.


yes the orbit Saturn while Saturn orbits the sun


Yes, they orbit Saturn and Saturn orbits the Sun.


Gravitational pull from the center of the galaxy, a dense object that causes matter around it to orbit in a orbital fashion.


Yes, because it orbits the sun and keeps a constant orbit.


Saturn doesn't orbit Earth


No Saturn does not revolve while in a orbit


The orbit of Saturn takes much longer than the orbit of Earth. How much longer? It takes Saturn 29.45 years (or 10,759 days) to orbit the Sun. Astronomers call the length of time an object takes to go around the Sun its orbital period. So the orbital period of Saturn is 29.45 years.


Gravitational force keeps moon in its orbit. The earths gravitational pull keeps the moon in its orbit.


When it an object in space in moving it will keep moving at the same speed with the property of inertia. Then moon is an object that has inertia. Gravity keeps the moon from going off into outer space but inertia keeps the moon from crashing into the moon. Gravity and inertia have to be balanced in order for an object to remain in orbit.


Gravity keeps objects in orbit around the Sun; it keeps the objects together; and the gravity from one object can perturb the orbit of other objects.


The sun does not orbit Saturn. Saturn orbits the sun.


The mutual gravitational force between two masses can keep them in mutual orbit around their common center of mass.


Yes; gravity keeps them in orbit in the first place.Yes; gravity keeps them in orbit in the first place.Yes; gravity keeps them in orbit in the first place.Yes; gravity keeps them in orbit in the first place.


The gravity of the earth keeps a satellite in orbit; the same way Earth keeps our Moon in orbit, as well as the same way the Sun keeps the Earth in orbit around itself.


Saturn does not orbit the earth. It orbits the sun.


It takes Saturn 29.45 years (or 10,759 days) to orbit the Sun. Astronomers call the length of time an object takes to go around the Sun its orbital period. So the orbital period of Saturn is 29.45 years.



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