Saturn, the sixth planet, has always been known for it's wonderful rings. Like Jupiter, it is also a gas giant. The rings are made up of chunks of ice and other debris. In the rings there is a division called the Cassini Division. In this division it appears to be empty, but it is just less dense. Saturn also has the second largest moon in the solar system, Titan. It is about 3200 miles across, and is the only moon known to have an atmosphere.

Distance from Sun:9.5 AU
Orbital Period:29.5 Years
Moon Number:18
Length of Day:10.2 Hours

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