Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second-largest in the Solar
System, after Jupiter. ... It lacks a definite surface, though it may have a solid core.
Saturn is a ball made up almost entirely of hydrogen and helium. The density and
temperature changes the deeper into the planet you go, but Saturn can't be.
If Jupiter and Saturn are gas giants, could you fly straight through them? ... At
their cores, Jupiter and Saturn are much hotter than the surface of the Sun!
Nov 14, 2012 ... Saturn's surface. Saturn is classified as a gas giant because it is almost
completely made of gas. Its atmosphere bleeds into its "surface" with ...
It is the only planet that is less dense than water, meaning it would actually float
on a (huge) ocean of water. Saturn's surface can have huge storms and contains
Nov 14, 2012 ... The gas giant is mostly atmosphere; it lacks a solid surface.
www.astro.cornell.edu/~randerson/Inreach Web Page/inreach/saturn.html
Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second largest: In Roman ... This
means it has no solid crust like surface, just layers and layers of gas down to the
The surface of Saturn is made of hydrogen, helium and a small amount of
additional trace elements. The surface of Saturn is not solid, but is composed
According to data from NASA, the effective temperature of Saturn is
approximately minus 288 degrees Fahrenheit. In metric units, this is equal to
minus 178 ...
Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the most distant that can be seen with
the naked eye ... Enceladus appears to have an ocean below its frozen surface.