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Saturn because it is called "Lord of Rings" because it has the largest amount of rings and Jupiter has the least amount of rings.

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Saturn has more rings than Jupiter.

Jupiter doesn't have any rings, and Saturn has 2 rings.

Saturn has the largest rings. Also if you could make a tub big enough Saturn could float in it

All of the gaseous planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune have rings. Saturn's rings are just more prominent.

Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune all have rings. All of these except Neptune have more than 18 known moons.

Saturn has massive rings where Jupiter's rings are much smaller. Saturn is also much smaller in size than Jupiter. Saturn is also farther away from the Sun than Jupiter. Saturn also has a different color to it than Jupiter does. Jupiter has the distinguishing feature of a large read storm while Saturn is more plain and uniform in appearance; a sort of yellow, brown mixture.

Yes, Saturn has many more rings than Jupiter. Jupiter only has 4 rings. Saturn's rings, however, have not bee officially counted. There are seven groups of rings. There are four main groups and three fainter groups. Inside every group there is an unknown number of rings orbiting the planet. There are many theories of the number of Saturn's rings, ranging from 30 to under 1,000. It's believed that the rings of Saturn are caused by a moon which lost its icy shell as it orbited the planet, getting closer to it, eventually crashing into Saturn.

Jupiter and Saturn both have more than 23 moons and they both have rings, although Saturn's rings are the most prominent.

no, it only has 1 while saturn has many more

Neptune has rings and 13 known moons. Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus all have rings and more than 18 known moons.

Mainly because they are there! Saturn has many, many rings to they are more visible, whereas Jupiter for example, has only one very thin ring and is not very visible, and so is often said to have no rings.

Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune have rings and we do not know precisely how they form (there is more than one possible mechanism)

because saturn has thousads of rings jupiter, uranus and neptune's rings are very faded and dull- conor s answered this

No, Saturn is known to have more moons than Jupiter, though most of these are tiny moonlets orbiting in Saturn's rings.

Jupiter has more moons than Saturn.

Saturn has the obvious rings, while Jupiter, Neptune, and Uranus have minor rings that are more difficult to observe unless you have a very large telescope.

Yes, Saturn has more than 5 rings. In fact, it has seven

Jupiter has more moons than Saturn if you don't count the rings, but they both have strong gravity, so they were able to pull in more moons.

Saturn has MORE than two but no other planet has just two. Jupiter has one and Uranus has one.

No Saturn has LESS than 1,000 rings

I think your teacher needs to update his/her question book. Both Jupiter and Saturn have more than 30 moons and have rings made of ice. However, Saturn is the answer they are looking for.

Saturn it has about 1,000 rings!

Saturn does have rings but the exact number is unknown. (To see more on how many rings Saturn has, see the related link below)

im pretty sure that saturn has more than 11 rings

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