Saturn is frequently visible from Earth's surface. Space.com describes it as resembling a bright star when viewed by the unaided human eye. Owing to the planet's size and proximity, however, it usually doesn't twinkle the way stars do.
To get a detailed view of Saturn, it is necessary to view it through at least a 25X telescope. According to Space.com, this produces a picture of an oval-shaped mass. To resolve Saturn's rings, a 100X telescope is necessary. Discriminating details, such as the gaps between individual rings, calls for an even greater magnification. Saturn's giant moon Titan is visible through low-power telescopes, but it can be difficult to differentiate it from background stars.