Saturn's atmosphere is made up of about 75 percent hydrogen and 25 percent helium, along with trace amounts of water ice and other gases. Like the other planets in the outer solar system, Saturn is a gas giant that lacks a solid surface.
Saturn, the sixth planet from the sun, is known for its distinctive system of rings. Saturn's upper atmosphere features bands of pale orange clouds and some of the highest wind speeds found in the solar system. Saturn's surface is an interior region of the planet with an atmospheric pressure similar to that found at sea level on Earth