Does Saturn have water?

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Saturn is almost entirely hydrogen and helium, but it has some trace amounts of water. It is made up mostly of gas and is less dense than water thus it can float on water. Saturn is the second largest planet in the solar system.
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There are suggetions that Saturn got its rings from a passing moon that got to close to the gravity pull and ripped it apart. It is also possible that an asteroid hit one of the moons
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Saturn is made up of mostly Helium and Hydrogen, but it also has water on it yes. As you'll find at this website - http://www.space.com/12432-saturn-water-rain-enceladus-moon.html
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Size Saturn can fit nearly 100 Earths inside it due to its massive size. This gives it a greater gravitational pull overall. More Moons Saturn's massive gravitational pull keeps 31
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Saturn is of comparable size of Jupiter and has a large number of moons. Both of these planets are very large and when they were formed from a disk of gas and dust there was probably
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