Saturn is approximately 1.38 billion km (856 million miles) away from the Sun.
A year on Saturn would take almost thirty Earth years.
A day on Saturn is 10 hours 39 minutes.
Saturn is so big that Earth could fit into it whooping 755 times!
Saturn isn’t the only planet with rings — all the Jovian planets have them — but Saturn’s are especially impressive. They are less than a km (3,200 feet) thick, but they span a distance of 282,000 km (175,000 miles), which is three quarters of the distance from the Earth to the moon.
Besides its impressive ring system, Saturn has 53 named moons and nine provisional ones. Some of these moons interact with the rings, and some pass so close to each other that they exchange orbits.