Not counting its famous big rings, Saturn has a circumference of 365,882 kilometers.
Saturn has a volume of 827,129,915,150,897 cubic kilometers, making it the second largest planet (behind Jupiter).
Like Jupiter, Saturn's mass is very large: 568,319,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kilograms.
Made of very light elements, Saturn's density is only 0.68 grams per cubic centimeter. This means it would float in water!
Saturn has a gravitational pull of 10.4 meters / seconds squared, which is only slightly higher than Earth's.
Like Jupiter, Saturn spins very quickly. It completes a rotation every 10.6 hours.
It takes Saturn 29.4 earth years to revolve around the Sun. That's nearly 30 years between birthdays!
Saturn, and its rings, are tilted at 26.7 degrees.
Like the other gas giants, Saturn is far from the Sun and is, therefore, cold. The average temperature is -178 degrees Celsius.