Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun in our solar system. It is the second largest planet in our solar system while Jupiter is the largest. It has beautiful rings that are made mostly of ice chunks & some rock. Saturn is made mostly of hydrogen & helium gas.
Saturn takes on a beautiful pale yellow with hints of orange. With a more powerful telescope or images captured by NASA's Cassini spacecraft, you can see subtle cloud layers. As well as swirling storms mixing orange and white together. They were first observed by Galileo in the 17th century.
764 Earths could fit inside a hollowed-out Saturn. Saturn is the most flattened planet in our Solar System. Saturn's flattened shape is probably caused by its fast rotation and its gaseous composition. Saturn's beautiful rings are only visible from Earth using a telescope. Saturn's bright rings are made of ice chunks and some rocks.