200 Years in 24 Hours

Saturn, less dense than water, could float in an ocean

200 Years in 24 Hours

Observation – Saturn

The only planet in the solar system that is less dense than water, it could float in an ocean… provided such an ocean existed, since Saturn is 95 times bigger than Earth! The temperature ranges from minus 140°C to minus 200°C and the wind can reach speeds of up to 1800 km/h. Its glittering rings are made of rock and ice, and subjected to perpetual winds, collisions and accumulation of material…

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