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Astronaut Ethan Burnham Ready to Launch

Help us and invest money to explore the great planet of Saturn!

Mary Burnham

on 27 May 2011

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Saturn Saturn was named after the Roman god of Agriculture. He was the son of Uranus and father of Jupiter. Saturn overthrew his father to become king of the gods, but then his son, Jupiter, overthrew him. Size and Temperature What is Saturn made of? What is the surface like? Where is Saturn located? What is Saturn's distance from the sun? Saturn What makes Saturn different from other planets? Why invest money in Saturn? Saturn is the sixth planet from the
Sun. It sits between Jupiter and Uranus Saturn is - 140 degrees celcius
In terms of volume, you could fit 763 planets the size of Earth inside Saturn and still have a little room left Saturn is 1,433,500,000 KM from the Sun My planet is made of Ice ,liquid Metallic Hydrogen, Helium
and a core of Iron and Rock. There is not a surface. The planet is a gas planet. Saturn has been called “the jewel of the solar system” because its rings are easy to see. You cannot see the rings on most planets. Saturn’s rings are one mile thick and composed of water ice particles. This is the majestic planet Saturn. Saturn has 61 moons! There is a possibility for many riches on those moons like gold and diamonds. This makes Saturn a very cool planet and worthy of a large investment! Sources National Geographic Atlas of the World Ninth Edition
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