Saturn

[ US /ˈsætɝn/ ]
NOUN
  1. a giant planet that is surrounded by three planar concentric rings of ice particles; the 6th planet from the sun
  2. (Roman mythology) god of agriculture and vegetation; counterpart of Greek Cronus
    Saturday is Saturn's Day
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How To Use Saturn In A Sentence

  • High above us, the great heptagon of the Winter sky: Capella, Aldebaran, Rigel, Sirius, Procyon, Pollux, and Castor (with Saturn nearby) - with Betelgeuse in the center and the Milky Way cascading through, just to the left of Orion.
  • For example, consider the disparity in flight rates between Saturn 1B and Saturn V during the Skylab program or between the Soyuz and Proton in the Russian Salyut & Mir programs. Ares V - Ares 1 = Ares IV - NASA Watch
  • At my Nativity," writes Browne in Religio Medici, "my ascendant was the water signe of Scorpius, I was borne in the Planetary hour of Saturn, and I think I have a piece of that Leaden Planet in me. Out of Novemberland
  • Perrault's ‘Bluebeard’ is the story of a rich, middle-aged gentleman, named for his swarthy chin and saturnine manner, who marries a young woman.
  • Christmas Allegedly Christmas tree first appeared in ancient Rome in mid-December Saturnalia, the German missionary Nikos in the 8th century AD, dedicated to El Ni?o using P-trees.
  • But I picked up the Geodesica omnibus from the SFBC and I am totally getting Saturn Returns when it's out. Back on Cover Art
  • But Saturn came to the country, a homeless exile fleeing from his son Jupiter.
  • In other wet news, the Cassini-Huygens probe successfully buzzed Saturns moon Enceladus yesterday at a height of 50 kilometers (30 miles) and a speed of 14.4 kilometers per second (32,000 miles per hour). Water, water…. somewhere? « Imaginary Potential
  • Saturn is to be visited by the Cassini spacecraft in the middle of this year, so keep your eye on it.
  • Just like the Earth, Saturn's rotational axis is not perpendicular to the plane of its orbit.
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