Saturn
Saturn(n)
UK
ˈsætɜːn
US
ˈsætən
Definition: Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second-largest in the Solar System, after Jupiter.
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Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun in the Solar System.

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Inside Saturn is probably a core of iron, nickel, silicon and oxygen compounds.

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Saturn has 62 known moons orbiting the planet;53 are officially named.

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There is also a very large system of rings around Saturn.

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Saturn is about 1,400,000,000 km (869,000,000 mi) from the Sun.

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Saturn takes 29.6 years on Earth to revolve around the Sun.

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Saturn was named after the Roman god Saturnus (called Kronos in Greek mythology).

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Saturn's symbol is ♄ which is the symbol of Saturnus sickle.

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Saturn is an oblate spheroid, meaning that it is flattened at the poles, and it swells out around its equator.

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Saturn is the only planet in the Solar System that is less dense than water.

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None are as spectacular as Saturn's gorgeous rings.

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The other gas giants are Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

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