What is the second-largest planet in our solar system?

The second largest planet in our solar system is the Saturn. Saturn is a primarily gaseous planet and is thought to have a rocky core at its centre. The biggest planet in the Solar System is Jupiter. The surface of Saturn looks banded, and has a brown-yellow, butterscotch colour. Saturn’s rings are probably composed of small particles of ice and rock. Saturn has 62 moons. The planet has a mass 95 times the mass of Earth and a radius 9 times the radius of Earth. It is most famous for its beautiful ring system.

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