WELCOME TO SATURN

Saturn is a part of the outer planets of the solar system, also known as
the gas giants. It is also well known for its ring system.
TOUR GUIDE:
1. For this trip to Saturn you will need some protection gear a
astronaut suite and some oxygen tanks ‘’the whole 9 yards’’. You
will be supplied with 2 face mask layers and special layer for extra
protection for storms and also for protection from gas.
2. You will be able to visit Saturn's beautiful ring system made up of
ice particles that eventually formed rings.
3. From Earth our home planet you can see Saturn with the naked
eye.
4. You will definitely need water and special gear to survive this trip.
5. There are 62 known moons on this planet so feel free to explore
and see all the different moons and how they orbit around Saturn.
6. The most appealing moon to Saturn is Titan and this is one of many
moons.

7. There is definitely some sightseeing on Titan there have been
reports of an ice volcano that erupts on the Titan moon so bring a
camera! Come and watch this amazing volcano erupt it will be a
great experience.
8. Titan is also a moon complex and a dense nitrogen rich
atmosphere.
9. There is a lot of ammonia in the atmosphere and that is why it has
some of the yellow-ish color
Titan moon.
VITAL QUICK FACTS ABOUT SATURN:
1. 9.54AU away from the sun
2. 119,871 km diameter
3. orbital period=29.5 years
4. rotation=10.32 hours
5. largest moon (​
TITAN​
)
6. sixth planet from the sun
7. has oval shape storms (similar to Jupiter)
8. 4 spacecraft has reached Saturn
9. got its name from the roman god of agriculture
10. around 7au from the sun
11. its radius is 36,184
Most of the features of Saturn's surface is full of hydrogen. Saturn
is a part of the gas giants and because it is full of so much gas and it
could theoretically float on water. This
planet was first founded by the Assyrians.
Assyrian astronomers were able to find the
planet of saturn. Saturn’s rings are the only
ones that can be seen from Earth. However
you can not stand on Saturn it is not like Earth
because it is made of mostly gas stated earlier
in the TOUR GUIDE. What is also interesting
about Saturn is its fourteen subdivisions of rings and there are many

different regions. After Jupiter Saturn is the second biggest planet in
our solar system. In addition Saturn's climate at the clouds is extremely
cold it has a temperature of -274 degrees fahrenheit. Also the
temperature at the surface is different. The temperature on Saturn can
get up to as high as 11,700 degrees it can get hot there but as a result it
can also get down to about -250 degrees.
There are also some special features such as follows there are
craters and as stated earlier in the TOUR GUIDE there are volcanoes that
spew out ice.Then on the moons of saturn the are also craters that are
on the surface. There is also some honor to its name. The day of the
week Saturday is named after
the planet.

CAPTION:
Saturns rings have been the
attraction for many years and
now you will be able to come
with me and explore the wonders of the magnificent planets.
CAPTION:
Rhea moon that orbits
around Saturn is one of
the many moon and one
of the main moons
beside Enceladus, Titan,
and Mimas. We will take
to the 4 main moons

during the course of this trip.

CAPTION: This picture you can
clearly see two objects in the
distance. One to the left you can
see Saturn to the right you can
see the the Sun and this is also
the another picture from Rhea
moon and in which you can see
the atmosphere and some of
Saturn's amazing rings.
CAPTION:
This picture is of Io moon as you
can see Io has some brownish
looking atmosphere. also You
can see what looks to be a crater
at the bottom of the photo, this
will be an exclusive part of the
trip (may cost you extra $) to
take the space shuttle out there.
The guides do want to make this
clear that the farther you go
which means either exploring
the rings or moons it may cost you
extra if you don't have a discount.
CAPTION: This picture shows a
significant storm that is going
through Saturn's northern
hemisphere at the top of the picture

it looks like a sand storm but it has the similar shapes to the storms on
Jupiter.
I hope you have a blast on Saturn and hope you get to discover a lot
about this planet like the rings the moons and some of the volcanoes
and craters of the moons and the surface. Don’t let the gas and
ammonia get to you remember it is a gas giant. In conclusion Saturn is a
wonderful planet and I hope you can learn a little bit about Saturn from
this brochure before your on your way through the solar system. Thank
you for reading this article (please look below for a bibliography).
BIBLIOGRAPHY:
1. Dunbar, Brian. "Saturn Fun Facts." ​
NASA​
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27 May 2015.
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Universe Today​
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Apr. 2014. Web. 27 May 2015.
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Moon, Titan." ​
Science World Report​
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2013. Web. 27 May 2015.
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Comments​
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used this website and google to access the pictures for this article.