Saturn-Earth Comparison

Saturn-Earth Comparison
December 16, 2004
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Saturn is the second-largest planet in the Solar System. If Saturn and its
rings were placed between Earth and Moon, they would barely fit. And that
excludes Saturn's diffuse outer E Ring! The distance between Earth and
Moon is 384,400 kilometers (238,900 miles) while the diameter of the A
Ring outer edge measures 273,550 Kilometers (169,980 miles).