How Far Is Saturn from Earth in Miles?

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The planet Saturn is 830.1 million mile from Earth. Saturn is surrounded by 7 flat rings that are made primarily of ice particles and it has the lowest density of all the planets.
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Saturn is very far away from us. At its closest, Saturn is 1,200 million kilometers away from the Earth, but at its farthest point, the distance between both planets is 1,355 million
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Saturn is approximately about 1 billion miles from Earth.
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Wolfram. convert distance from earth to Saturn to km.
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1. Look east at night. For the majority of 2011, Earth will be between Saturn and the sun, and as the sun sets in the west, Saturn will appear to rise in the east. Because of this
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