Are there any landforms on Saturn?

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Saturn is known as a gas planet. Therefore, there are no land forms on Saturn. This is true for both Saturn and the planet Jupiter.
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Saturn is a gaseous planet so has no landforms. The gaseous surface is constantly changing.
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Saturn does not have landforms because it doesn't have land. Beneath its giant thick atmosphere is a liquid surface. Though there is little direct information about Saturn's internal
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Since Saturn is made of gas, it doesn't have land, therefore there are no land forms. It's said that the inside of Saturn is a liquid, but no landforms. :D Anonymous
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