no Saturn is less dense than earth in fact Saturn floats
The circumference of the Earth at the Equator is 40,075.02 kilometres, or 40,075,020 meters.
Saturn takes 10,759.22 Earth days to make one orbit of the Sun.
The planet Saturn has 95 times more mass than the planet Earth, but remarkably you would actually be lighter, not heavier, if you could stand on the clouds of Saturn. If you weigh 180 pounds on Earth you would weigh 165 pounds on Saturn. The reason for this is Saturn is much less dense than Earth. In other words, although Saturn contains 95 times more matter than Earth, that matter is spread out over a much, much vaster area. The width of Saturn is equal to the width of nine planet Earths. Saturn is blanketed by clouds and is believed to have no solid surface.
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Saturn at opposition is about 8.5 AU from Earth. One AU is 150,000,000,000 meters. Get out your calculator.
765 earth fit in saturn
Earth can fit into Saturn 1,205 times.
Earth can fit in to Saturn 9.40 times.
They both have moons. Saturn has many more than Earth, but they do both have them.
From Earth to Saturn its approximately 170,000,000 miles away.
While the surface gravity of Saturn is 10.44 meters per second squared, the Earth's gravity is 9.81 meters per second squared. Making a comparison of surface gravity, Saturn's gravity is higher than the Earth's. So if you weighed 100 pounds on Earth, you would weigh approximately 106.4 pounds on Saturn.
Earth has one moon, Saturn has Sixty-two known moons.
Well, it goes like this: Earth -> Mars -> Jupiter -> Saturn
One year on Saturn is 26 earth years.
Earth and Saturn are two very different planets. Saturn has many moons while Earth only has 1 moon. Saturn also has a diameter that is 9 times bigger than Earth.
Saturn does not orbit the Earth. Saturn and Earth orbit the Sun. Earth takes about 1 year to do so and Saturn takes about 29 years and 6 months to do so.