What Does Saturn Look like?

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Saturn is the largest planet and is six planets away from the Sun, and radiates more energy than it receives from the Sun. It is flattened in appearance and has several wide bands or rings surrounding it. Saturn is a mix of shimmering colours including pink, hues of grey and brown.
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With the naked eye it looks like a yellowish "star" in the sky. With a small telescope, it is seen as a yellow ball surrounded by a ring. With a more powerful telescope
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If you look at Saturn through a regular telescope you will see a yellow planet with hints of orange. When viewed through a stronger telescope you can also see white clouds mixing in and storming around the planet.
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