Saturn is a planet, the sixth from the Sun in the solar system; it is the second in size, after Jupiter. Saturn also claims the title of being the less dense planet of the solar system, being less dense than water; if a body of water was large enough to host Saturn, the planet would float on it.

Saturn is especially famous for its remarkable ring system.

The planet counts at least 60 natural satellites, including Titan, the only satellite of the solar system to possess an atmosphere.

See also

The solar system
The Sun, Mercury, Venus, The Earth, Mars, Ceres, Main asteroid belt, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Eris, Kuiper belt, scattered disc, Oort cloud
Asteroids, Centaurs, Comets, Meteoroids, Trans-Neptunian objects
Natural satellites of the solar system

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