1. Large semi-axle 1.433,53 million km
  2. Distance to perihelion  1.352.,55 million km 
  3. Distance to aphelion 1.514,50 million km 
  4. Average orbit speed 9,68 km/s
  5. Average radius approx. 58.232 km
  6. Inclination of the equator in orbit 5,51°
  7. Surface temperature 134 K
  8. Distance from Earth +1 billions km

Saturn is the penultimate anti-planet from the Sun, or the 6th planet from the Sun. Saturn is a gas giant, just like Jupiter. Its core is made of nickel iron, as well as some rocks, and it itself, Saturn, like Jupiter, is made of hydrogen and helium. Saturn is a famous planet, after its rings. Other planets have rings, but Saturn has the most visible and beautiful rings. They are mostly made up of asteroids and other celestial objects. 

Even if it's so big, it's hard to see it from Pmanat, and if you see it with the naked eye, it looks like a star. Saturn is bulging at the equator and flattened at the poles, as are Earth and other planets. 

A secret of Saturn is its hexagonal shape at its north pole. This is like a hexagonal spot, being first photographed in 1980, of course by Voyeger. Saturn being so far from the Sore, it needs 29, 5 years to make a complete rotation, which means a lot. As the famous physicist Galileo Galilei discovered many celestial bodies, in 1610, when there was little discussion of the universe, he discovered rings of Saturn. Galileo learning the first telescope to observe celestial objects and space. 

Even though Saturn has 53 named satellites, it is said that there are hundreds of other satellites in its rings, it is not known for sure.