How Far Away Is Saturn from Earth?

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The planet Saturn is 830.1 million miles away from Earth and 882.3 million miles away from the Sun. Saturn is mostly made up of hydrogen with small amounts of helium and other trace elements.
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Because both Saturn and Earth are orbiting the Sun the distance between the two varies. The closest Saturn is to Earth is 1.2 billion kilometers. The farthest Saturn is from Earth
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111,000,000,000,000,000 km away.
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Saturn Statistics Planetary Symbol: Name in Roman/Greek Mythology: Saturn/Cronus Diameter: 119,871 km (74,500 miles) Rotation Period about Axis: 10.67 hrs Mass: 586.5x10^24 kilograms
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