Perhaps you mean Saturn? That is the sixth planet of the solar system, the one with the rings.
If you mean the name of the setting of the book The Lord of the Rings, that would be Arda, which is in Eä (all that is, the universe). Tolkien at least for some time supposed it was a fictional long-gone historic time of our Earth.
The planet is ours way back when. It is a story of our history sudposedly. It was called Middle Earth.
Saturn has the largest and most distinct number of rings of any planet in our solar system. The rings are so huge they are visible from earth through even a modest telescope.
Saturn is the planet with the most rings.
Saturn was the first planet discovered to have rings.
Saturn is the planet with the most visible rings. Saturn's rings are one of the most iconic symbols of astronomy.Saturn is the planet in our solar system that is famous for the rings.
It is the planet Saturn.
The Lord of the Rings, for obvious reasons. The ringed planet
Saturn's nickname is Lord of The Rings it is named that because it has rings around the planet and they are visible unlike Uranus and Neptune.
The Lord of the Rings
the lord of the rings
lord of the rings because it has so many rings
Lord of the Rings- Return of the King is the third book
Because Saturn is the only planet in our solar system that has rings around it.
Yes, The Lord of the Rings has a mountain called "Mt. Doom".
The third book in the Lord of the Rings trilogy is titled The Return of the King.
The Ringed Planet. Planet o' Rings. The Pretty Planet. Second Gas ball from the sun. The 6th Planet. Old Ringy. Old Sombrero Hat Man. The Ringer. Lord of the Rings.