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Easy Saturn Trivia Quiz Questions For Kids

Easy planet Saturn Trivia Questions with answers.

 

Easy Saturn Trivia Quiz Questions For Kids

Saturn is which planet from the sun?
A: The sixth planet from the Sun.

Where does Saturn rank in size with respect to the other planets in the solar system?
A: It's the second largest planet in the Solar System, after Jupiter.

Who was the planet named after?
A: The Roman god of agriculture.

Saturn is what kind of a planet?
A: A gas giant.

What is the average radius of Saturn compared to the Earth?
A: About nine times that of Earth.

Saturn has only one-eighth the average density of what planet?
A:  Earth.

 

How much more massive is Saturn than the Earth?
A: It's just over 95 times more massive.

Saturn's interior is probably composed of a core of iron, nickel and what?
A: Rock (silicon and oxygen compounds).

That would in turn be surrounded by a deep layer of what?
A: Metallic hydrogen.

Saturn's magnetic field is weaker than Earth's magnetic field but has a magnetic moment 580 times that of the Earth due to Saturn's what?
A: Larger body radius.

Saturn's magnetic field strength is around one-twentieth the strength of what other planet?
A: Jupiter's.

Wind speeds on Saturn can reach up to what speed?
A: 1,100 miles/hour.

 

Saturn has a prominent ring system that consists of how many continuous main rings?
A: Nine.

The rings are composed mostly of what?
A: Ice particles.

How many moons orbit Saturn?
A:  Sixty-two known moons.

How many of the moons are named?
A: Fifty-three are officially named.

This does not include the hundreds of "moonlets" comprising the what?
A: Rings.

Titan, Saturn's largest and the Solar System's second largest moon, is larger than what planet?
A: Mercury.

 

Titan is the only moon in the Solar System to retain a what?
A: A substantial atmosphere.

Saturn is classified as a gas giant because the exterior is predominantly composed of gas and it lacks a what?
A: Definite surface, although it may have a solid core.

The rotation of the planet causes it to take what shape?
A: An oblate spheroid.

Saturn is the only planet of the Solar System that is less dense than what?
A: Water—about 30% less.

Jupiter has how many times the Earth's mass?
A: 318.

Together, Jupiter and Saturn hold what percentage of the total planetary mass in the Solar System?
A: 92%.

 

Standard planetary models suggest that the interior of Saturn is similar to that of what other planet?
A:  Jupiter, having a small rocky core surrounded by hydrogen and helium.

Saturn has a hot interior, reaching what temperature at the core?
A: 11,700 °C.

Saturn radiates 2.5 times more energy into space than it what?
A: Receives from the Sun.

What are Saturn's upper clouds composed of?
A: Ammonia crystals.