How Long Is a Year on Saturn?

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It takes 29.7 Earth years for Saturn to complete a single orbit around the Sun. That is 10,832 days! If you were 2 years old on Saturn, you would be almost 60 years old on Earth!
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The length of one year (one revolution around the Sun) on Saturn is 10,747 days.
That is, a year on Saturn takes about 29.4 times as long as a year on Earth.
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