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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn

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. Although it has only one-eighth the average density of Earth, with its larger ... The temperature, pressure, and density inside Saturn all rise steadily toward the ...

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 ...

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  ...

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.weather.gov/fsd/saturn

Saturn is considerably colder than Jupiter being further from the Sun, with an average temperature of about -285 degrees F. Wind speeds on Saturn are ...

phys.org/news/2014-12-average-surface-temperature-planets-solar.html

Dec 16, 2014 ... Due to its distance from the Sun, Saturn is a rather cold gas giant planet, with an average temperature of -178 °Celsius. But because of Saturn's ...

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

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, but, according to ...

www.universetoday.com/35664/temperature-of-the-planets

Apr 19, 2016 ... Due to its distance from the Sun, Saturn is a rather cold gas giant planet, with an average temperature of -178 °Celsius. But because of Saturn's ...