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Calvin Spencer

on 27 April 2010

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The massive gas giant, the sixth planet in our solar system, "everyone's favorite planet"... Saturn is a massive gas giant near the middle of the solar system.
It stands as the second largest planet in the solar system, and has the most vividly visible rings of ANY planet in the solar system. It is made up of primarily hydrogen and helium. SIZE:
Saturn is the second largest planet in our Solar system, trailing only Jupiter. Yo could fit approximately 9.4 earths into the RADIUS. Which means that nearly nine and a half Earths would fit (according to length) into HALF of Saturn. Saturn's surface has average winds of up to 1,800 kilometers an hour. Less than the winds on Jupiter, but still incredibly strong in comparison to the Earth. Saturn is named for the Roman god Saturn, also known as the Greek Cronus, the Titan father of Zeus. Although the atmosphere and surface are made up of many gasses, it is believed that there is a solid inner core of mettalic substance, or perhaps rock, and ice. Saturn is an interesting structure, its flat on in the poles, but bulges out toward the middle. iles.oakland.edu. Web. 1 Jan. <https://files.oakland.edu/users/blswartz/web/Images/saturn.jpg>. The Rings of Saturn: Saturn's rings are probably the characteristic that Saturn is best known for. The rings extend from around 6,630 to 120,700 kilometers above Saturn's equator. The rings are divided n multiple places. These rings are technically divided into three major sections, A,B, and C. The space between A, and B is called the Cassini division. However, after additional research more rings were discovered. Named D through G. WELCOME TO SATURN:
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