Saturn cannot support life, human or otherwise. The gas giant planet has an average temperature of -288 degrees Fahrenheit and is composed only of gases with no solid surface. Depending on the composition of its core, landing on such a planet might be impossible.
A deep layer of metallic hydrogen and a middle layer of liquid hydrogen and helium surrounds Saturn. The outermost portion of the hydrogen atmosphere features multiple layers of clouds made of water and ammonia. Scientists observe trace amounts of acetylene, ethane, propane, phosphine and methane in Saturn's atmosphere. Wind speeds reach 1,118 miles per hour on the planet.