Who discovered Saturn?
No one can say who discovered Saturn it has been known in the ancient times.
Saturn is visible in the sky to the unaided human eye and has thus been known from ancient times. This means no one person can be credited with its discovery.
However, the first person to document the existence of Saturn's rings was Galileo, a famous astronomer, in 1610.
Galileo Galile discovered Saturn in 1610.
The planet Saturn has been known from ancient times, and it is very hard to say who discovered it. It was named Saturn by the Romans, after their god Saturnus, the god of agriculture. The Greeks called the same planet Cronus, and to this day it retains that name in Greek (Κρόνος). Writings also document that the Babylonians, Chinese, Japanese, Indians, Hebrews, Turks, and several other nations observed Saturn. Saturn is often associated with the…
I think you're confusing Saturn with Jupiter. Jupiter has four major moons, Saturn has seven. Saturn's moons were disovered by three people. Titan, Saturn's largest moon, was discovered by Christiaan Huygens. Tethys, Dione, Rhea, and Iapetus were discovered by Giovanni Domenico Cassini. William Herschel discovered Mimas and Enceladus. Galileo Galilei discovered Jupiter's four major moons.