A day on Saturn is 10.7 Earth hours long, which is the amount of time it takes for the planet to make a complete rotation on it axis. Saturn makes a full orbit around the sun in a period of time equal to 29 Earth years. ... More »

A year on Saturn is equivalent to 10,832 Earth days, or over 29 Earth years. Saturn is about 793 million miles from Earth and, as the sixth planet, is 886 million miles from the sun. More »

Historically, scientists believed that it takes Saturn 10.656 hours to rotate on its axis or about 10 hours and 39 minutes. More recently, astronomers received satellite messages indicating that the length of Saturn's da... More »

Saturn spins very quickly and makes a complete rotation in about 10 Earth hours. The high-velocity spin of this planet makes its poles flatten and the equator bulge slightly. Saturn takes about 29 years to make a complet... More »

Saturn formed according to one of two models: the core accretion model, which states that planets formed over time through gravitational forces drawing materials together, or the disk instability model, which states that... More »

According to NASA, Saturn makes a complete rotation about every 10.7 hours, and it rotates the same direction as Earth does, just a lot faster. More »

A day on Saturn is 10.7 hours, and a year is equivalent to 29 Earth years or 10,832 days. The length of the day is calculated from the planet's rotational speed, while scientists determine the length of a year by observi... More »