Table of Contents

## Does Saturn have an equator?

The planet’s high-speed spin causes Saturn to bulge at its equator and flatten at its poles. The planet is around 75,000 miles (120,000 kilometers) across at its equator, and 68,000 miles (109,000 km) from pole to pole.

## What is Saturn km?

Size and Distance With a radius of 36,183.7 miles (58,232 kilometers), Saturn is 9 times wider than Earth. If Earth were the size of a nickel, Saturn would be about as big as a volleyball. From an average distance of 886 million miles (1.4 billion kilometers), Saturn is 9.5 astronomical units away from the Sun.

**What is the equatorial diameter of Saturn?**

72,367 mi

Saturn/Diameter

### What is Jupiter’s equator in km?

about 143,000 km

Jupiter has an equatorial diameter of about 143,000 km (88,900 miles) and orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 778 million km (483 million miles)….Basic astronomical data.

Planetary data for Jupiter | |
---|---|

inclination of equator to orbit | 3.1° |

dimensions of Great Red Spot | 20,000 × 12,000 km |

magnetic field strength at equator | 4.3 gauss |

### Is Saturn stronger or weaker?

The mass of Saturn is 95 times the mass of Earth. However, Saturn’s gravity is only 1.08 times the gravity on Earth because Saturn is such a large planet. An object weighing 100 lbs on Earth would weigh 108 lbs on Saturn. Saturn is less dense than water.

**Which planet has an equatorial diameter of 120 536 km?**

Saturn is classified as a gas giant. The diameter at its equator is about 74,898 miles (120,536 kilometers). Since the planet has no solid surface, its diameter is measured at a level equal to the pressure at sea level on Earth. Saturn’s diameter is more than nine times larger than Earth’s.

## How big is the equatorial and polar diameter of Saturn?

Again, the equatorial diameter of Saturn is 120,536 km and its polar diameter is 108,728 km. It is very important to understand why the difference in these diameters is so large, that is why so…

## How big is Saturn in miles and kilometers?

The mean radius of the body of Saturn is 36,184 miles (58,232 kilometers). However, the giant planet spins swiftly, completing a “day” in just over ten and a half hours. The rapid rotation serves to flatten the planet slightly at the poles while bulging at the equator.

**How many astronomical units is Saturn away from the Sun?**

From an average distance of 886 million miles (1.4 billion kilometers), Saturn is 9.5 astronomical units away from the Sun. One astronomical unit (abbreviated as AU), is the distance from the Sun to Earth. From this distance, it takes sunlight 80 minutes to travel from the Sun to Saturn.

### How do you calculate the circumference of Saturn?

Well, the formula for calculating the circumference of a circle is 2 x pi x r, where R is the radius of the circle. The equatorial radius of Saturn is 60,268 km, so you can do the math yourself.