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Saturn

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Mi Joo Kim

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Titan Travel to Saturn By Mi Joo Saturn Who discovered the rings of
the Saturn Special characteristics of Saturn: Density Enceladus Special characteristics of Saturn:
The rings The sixth planet from the Sun
The second largest planet in the Solar system
Has the beautiful rings and many moons
The name of Saturn came from the Roman god, Saturnus
Average distance from the Earth: 4753 light years
Orbital period: 29 years
The Voyager was launched by NASA to study Saturn. Galileo Galilei observed the rings of Saturn for the first time.
In 1656, Christiaan Huygens discovered that what Galilei observed is the rings of the Saturn.
In 1675, Jean Dominique Cassini discovered that a thick ring of Saturn is actually made of several thin rings. Density of Saturn: 687 kg/m^2
The density of Saturn is smaller than those of planets in our solar system. The rings of Saturn are made up by ice
There are gaps between the rings. The sixth largest moon of Saturn
may have liquid water under its icy surface
ten times brighter than our moon.
intermittent spring on its south pole The largest moon of Saturn
Has a dense atmosphere
Atmosphere is largely composed of nitrogen and methane
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