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Saturn is the sixth planet in the Solar system

Saturn is a gas-giant planet and does not have a solid surface.

The bright globe of Saturn is surrounded by rings which may
be composed of ice. Three of these rings are visible from the
Earth using a telescope.
Saturn is the last planet that can be seen without using a
telescope or binoculars
Saturn has at least 18 moons
The largest of the moons, Titan, is the 2nd largest in the Solar
system, after Jupiters moon, Ganymede.
Saturn is the second largest planet in the Solar System, after
the giant Jupiter.
Its mass is 95 times that of the Earth and it has a diameter of
75,098 miles, or 142,750 kilometres.
Saturn is 886 million miles, or 1426 million kilometres, from
the Sun.