Saturn's equatorial radius is about 37,457 miles.
The diameter of Saturn is approximately 120,000 km. As Saturn is gas giant the "edges" of the planet are difficult to determine.
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6.5 all the way around
Phobos is 22.2 km in diameter on average (27×21.6×18.8) Deimos is 12.6 km in diameter on average (10×12×16)
Jupiter or Saturn. i think its Jupiter though...like thousands and thousands of earths can fit into the sun....venus is close to the size of esarth also
Micronesia is a territory of 57 islands. The total land mass is 701 km².
Saturn is far bigger than Mercury, having 24 times the surface area of Mercury. Saturn-120,034 km Mercury-4,880 km
Saturn's diameter is about 9.5 times the size of Earth's diameter. Saturn has a surface area around 83 times the size of Earth's surface area, and Saturn has a volume 764 times the size of Earth's volume.
The gas giant, Saturn, is much bigger than Venus, having 9.9 times the surface area of Venus. Venus-12,104 km Saturn-120,034 km
120,000 km therfore 1200,0000 skm
Saturns relative size to earth is 4,590 million square km.
Saturn is 890,704,128 miles (1.43 billion km) from the sun.
Their mean radii are:Jupiter: 69,911 km Saturn: 58,232 km Uranus: 25,362 km Neptune: 24,622 km.
Saturn is nearly a perfect sphere, so you really only need one number to describe its size. Its diameter at the equator is 120,536 km (74,897 miles).
Saturn has 62 moons. 53 of them have names. I'll list the top 5 in terms of size... 1. Titan 5150 KM in diameter 2. Rhea 1527 KM in diameter 3. Lapetus 1470 KM in diameter 4. Dion 1123 KM in diameter 5. Tethys 1062 KM in diameter
In terms of their mean radii, the information is as follows:Mercury 2440 km Venus 6050 km Earth 6370 km Mars 3390 km Jupiter 69910 km Saturn 58230 km Uranus 25360 km Neptune 24620 km.
It varies between 1.35 X 109 and 1.51 x 109 km in radius.
Here ar the planet sizes .Diameter km Pluto--2,274 km Neptune--49,528 km Uranus--51,118 km Saturn--120,536 km Jupiter--142,800 km Mars--6,790 km Earth--12,756 km Venus--12,104 km Mercury--4,878 km .