The effective surface temperature of Saturn is minus 288 degrees Fahrenheit. The planet's longitudinal temperatures remain fairly constant, varying only about 18 degrees between its northern pole and its equator, but its... More »

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. More »

Saturn has an average temperature of minus 178 degrees Celsius. Saturn is too far from the sun to absorb much heat, but temperatures at the core of the planet are believed to be as high as 11,700 Celsius. More »

With an average temperature of minus 288 degrees Fahrenheit and frequent, powerful storms throughout the planet, Saturn is not hospitable to life. Unlike most planets in the Milky Way, Saturn derives its heat from its co... More »

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. More »

Saturn has an average temperature of minus 178 degrees Celsius. Saturn is too far from the sun to absorb much heat, but temperatures at the core of the planet are believed to be as high as 11,700 Celsius. More »

The hottest temperature on Saturn is estimated to be 11,700 degrees Celsius at its core. Saturn's core is composed of liquid metallic hydrogen that is formed by the compression forces surrounding the core. The energy tha... More »