Saturn is the sixth most distant from the Sun and the second largest planet in the solar system. Saturn rotates rapidly around the axis (with a period of 10.23 years), consists of medium hydrogen and gel, has a thick layer of atmosphere
Saturn orbits the Sun in 29.46 Earth years at an average distance of 1427 million km. The equatorial diameter of the upper boundary of the clouds is 120,536 km, and the polar diameter is several hundred kilometers smaller [source?].
Saturn's atmosphere contains 94% hydrogen and 6% helium (by volume). Its mass is 95 times the mass of the Earth, the magnetic field is slightly weaker than the Earth. It is believed that Saturn has a small core of silicates and iron, covered with ice and a deep layer of liquid hydrogen. In 2013, it was known that there were 62 natural satellites of Saturn, the largest of which is Titan.