What Does Saturn's Land Formation Look Like?


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Shalin Choksi answered
Saturn does not have any land formation because the planet is made up of hot gases. There is no solid surface on Saturn. The rings of the Saturn are made up of rocks and ice. The planet consists of hydrogen and helium. Nobody can try to land on Saturn as that would be not possible. The space craft would be sucked deeper and deeper into the hot layers of its atmosphere and the intense pressure of the planet will eventually crush you and your spacecraft and you would not be able to do anything about it. Saturn is supposed to be a hundred times the size of the earth.
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rick answered
I am assuming you are talking about the Planet Saturn.

Ok Saturn is a Gas Giant. Composed mostly oh Hydrogen and smaller amounts of Helium.There are other elements as well but these are the two most abundant.The
Core,or center of the Planet,is composed of Rock and Ice with an thick outer shell
made of Metallic Hydrogen. Wind speeds on Saturn can reach 1,800 KM per hour.
The Rings of Saturn are made up of Ice particles and Rock.
  Hope this is what you needed.
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Anonymous answered
It is beautiful with beautiful rings around it I worship saturn
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Anonymous answered
Saturn looks like a ball being flattened out because of how fast it spins. The rings of Saturn are made out of rocks, and ice particles.

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