Tuesday, 4 September 2018

Saturn

                        Saturn
Saturn is a long, long way away from the sun and Earth. It's the sixth planet from the sun and the fourth planet away from Earth. From the Earth it can be easily visible. Saturn's average distance from the sun is 1.4 billion kilometres.  It is 58,232km in diameter which makes it the second largest planet in our Solar System.

Saturn moves like Earth but with some differences. Like Earth it orbits the sun but it takes 29 years. Saturn the day will be 10 hours and 42 minutes long. Saturn rotates faster than earth and Saturn spin anti clockwise and Earth spins clockwise.    Saturn's surface degrees is 139 Celsius. Its gravity is 10.44 meter per second. Saturn has 62 moons and 7 rings Saturn also was named after Roman mythology in 1610.

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