A view of the planet Saturn, showing its famous, unmistakable rings.
Use the scrollbar on the right of this window to explore the moons of Saturn, shown to scale. (Values shown are mean distances from Saturn, though note that several of the planet's outer satellites have eccentricorbits).
The sixth planet from the Sun, and the second largest in our solar system after Jupiter.
Saturn is distinguished by its unique extensive ring system.
A Saturnian cloudscape. This is a view of the outer layers of
Saturn's atmosphere, with the
rings visible in the sky.