According to data from NASA, the effective temperature of Saturn is approximately minus 288 degrees Fahrenheit. In metric units, this is equal to minus 178 degrees Celsius.
Saturn is located about 886 million miles from the sun and is the sixth planet in the solar system. It is considered a gas giant and does not have a solid surface. The atmosphere is mostly hydrogen and helium. Together, these factors mean that Saturn cannot support life forms like those on Earth. However, some of the planet's moons are more hospitable and could theoretically support life.
As a size comparison, if the Earth were the size of a coin, Saturn would be the size of a basketball.