What is the Colour of Saturn?
Saturn is also a giant gas planet with an outer atmosphere that is mostly hydrogen and helium. Its atmosphere has traces of ammonia, phosphine, water vapor, and hydrocarbons giving it a yellowish-brown color.
What colors do you need to make Saturn?
Saturn itself is made of ammonia ice and methane gas. The little dark spot on Saturn is the shadow from Saturn’s moon Enceladus. The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has provided images of Saturn in many colors, from black-and-white, to orange, to blue, green, and red.
How do you make rings on Saturn science project?
What to Do: Cut a hole in the center of the paper plate that will fit around the Styrofoam ball tightly. Decorate the Styrofoam ball with the tissue paper and glue and let dry while you create the rings. Create rings around the edge of the paper plate on the front and back using the glue and glitter.
What are five facts about Saturn?
Here are some fun facts about the Ringed Planet.
- Saturn is huge.
- You cannot stand on Saturn.
- Its beautiful rings are not solid.
- Some of these bits are as small as grains of sand.
- The rings are huge but thin.
- Other planets have rings.
- Saturn could float in water because it is mostly made of gas.