A photograph of Saturn by Cassini
Star Sol
Type Gas giant
Satellites 62+
Gravity 1.065 G
Orbital distance 9.6 AU
Day length 10 hours
Year length 29.7 Gaea years
Diameter 120,536 km
Axial tilt 26.73°
Average 109 K
Minimum Unknown
Maximum Unknown
Atmosphere composition 96% hydrogen, 3% helium, 1% other
Surface pressure 1.4 atm
Factions Eteno Imperial Triumvirate
Population None
Major imports None
Major exports None

Saturn is the sixth planet in the Sol system is and the second largest, after Jupiter. Saturn is a gas giant with an average radius about nine times that of Gaea. While only one-eighth the average density of the aforementioned planet, with its larger volume Saturn is just over 95 times more massive than Gaea. Interestingly enough, Saturn's density is lower than water, and hypothetically, it could float in a large enough bathtub.

Saturn is best known for its massive ring system likely created from either the destruction of a moon or a moon that never came to be. It is hypothesized that said rings will disappear in one hundred million years.