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Planet Name and Position: Saturn, 6[th] planet from the sun
Terrestrial, Gas Giant, Dwarf planet?: Gas Giant
Equatorial Diameter: 120,500km
Mass: 9.4
Surface Gravity: 8.96m/s^2
Density: 687 kg/m^3
# of moons: 60
Significant Moons: Titan
Axial Tilt: 26 degrees
Distance from Sun: 9.6
Distance from Sun (km): 1434000000
Revolution: 29 years
Orbital Speed: 6.69 km/s
Rotation: 0.45 days
Appearance: Many rings, Rings are Brown-Yellow-Grey with ice particles, Yellow-ish brown planet
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