Saturn Could Sail: And Other Fun Facts by Laura Lyn Disiena3...2...1...Blast off with this book of fun facts about spaceships, planets, the Milky Way, and more!
Did you know that Saturn is the least dense planet in the solar system? If there were a body of water large enough to hold it, Saturn would float!
How about that Neil Armstrong was also an aerospace engineer, naval aviator, test pilot, and university professor?
Or that Earth could fit inside Jupiter more than 1,000 times?
Filled with tons of cool facts about outer space, plus colorful, humorous illustrations, this book is out of this world!
36 Important Facts About Saturn
Each time you look up to the sky and see a star you are looking at a sun in another galaxy. If you were on another planet looking back at our solar system, you would see our sun as a star. Our Milky Way galaxy has more planets than it has stars. In our solar system we have eight planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are the inner rocky planets. Jupiter and Saturn are the outer gas giants.
Check out our cool range of planet facts for kids. Enjoy some amazing trivia and have fun learning about the planets found in our Solar System. Saturn Facts for Kids. Perhaps the most beautiful planet in our solar system other than earth of course due to its spectacular ring system, Saturn is a gas giant that features many extreme physical features and atmospheric conditions. The rings are made up of millions of ice crystals, some as big as houses and others as small as specks of dust. Saturn is very light as it is made up of more hydrogen than helium so it is less dense.
Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the most distant that can be seen with the naked eye. Saturn is the second largest planet and is best known for its.
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There are eight planets Pluto was consider a planet between and , and is currently considered a dwarf planet in our Solar System and a megastar — the Sun. While all planets revolve around the Sun in different orbits, there are few that have distinctive features as compared to that of the others.
Other than Earth , Saturn is easily the most recognizable planet in the Solar System. The reason for this is obvious. Although the other gas giants possess a planetary ring system, none can match the size or beauty of the one found encircling Saturn. Saturn is the last of the planets known to ancient civilizations. It is also one of the least understood in modern times.