How Much Does Saturn Weigh?

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Planet are measured in terms of mass rather than weight. Weight is a function of our Earths gravity and is useless when not on Earth Saturn's mass is 568.3 E24 Kilograms. E24 designates 24 zeros! By comparison Saturn has a mass that is 95.16 times greater than Earth.
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It doesn't makes sense to talk about a planets "weight" Saturn's mass - that which is measured in kilograms - is 95 times Earth's mass.
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In spite of its huge size Saturn is weighs very little. It is a light gas planet. Saturn
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Because Saturn is bigger than the Earth, you would weigh more on Saturn than you do here. If you weigh 70 pounds on Earth you would weigh 82 pounds on Saturn.
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Because Saturn is bigger than the Earth, you would weigh more on Saturn than you do here. Ask us! 24/7
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The mass of the planet Saturn is 568.3E24 kg kilograms.
That is, Saturn weighs about 95.2 times the Earth's weight.
If you can picture something that is ten times the size of earth then you can picture the size of Saturn. You might think that a planet that size would weigh allot. Actually it is light because it is made of gasses. You can find the weight by taking 5.6848x10^26 kg.
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