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Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second-largest in the Solar System, after Jupiter. It is a gas giant with an average radius about nine times that of Earth. ... The temperature, pressure, and density inside Saturn all rise steadily toward the core, which causes hydrogen to transition into a metal in the deeper layers.

www.space.com/18473-saturn-temperature.html

Nov 14, 2012 ... With an average temperature of minus 288 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 178 degrees Celsius), Saturn is a pretty cool planet. Although there are ...

planetfacts.org/temperature-on-saturn

Saturn has long fascinated people because of the mystique of its rings, ... deck of ammonium hydro-sulfate clouds, with average temperatures rising to -70° C.

www.solarsystemquick.com/saturn.htm

Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun and the second largest in the solar system. ... The temperature at Saturn's upper atmosphere average around -175C ...

www.universetoday.com/15352/temperature-of-saturn

Jul 2, 2008 ... It's almost impossible to say what is the temperature of Saturn. ... clouds are made of water ice and have an average temperature of -23 °C.

sciencing.com/saturns-temperature-ranges-7704.html

Apr 25, 2017 ... If you're planning a trip to Saturn, don't forget your coat because it is one cold planet. As a gas planet, Saturn has a wide range of temperatures, ...

astro-observer.com/solarsystem/saturn/stats.html

Here are the statistics for the planet Saturn. ... Saturn's day lasts about 10 hours which means it rotates pretty fast! ... Average Day temperature, - 125°C. Average  ...

www.mcwdn.org/SPACE/Saturn.html

Saturn. When you have finished this page, try the Saturn Quiz. Saturn is the sixth ... Saturn's temperature is believed to be about -270 degrees Fahrenheit or -168 ...

education.seattlepi.com/saturns-temperature-ranges-3879.html

Saturn's orbit around the sun is nearly 10 times larger than Earth's. Because it's 10 times farther away from the sun, it receives only one one-hundredth as much ...