As we celebrate Saturn’s birthday this year, we’ll also celebrate a few of the other planets in our solar system.
And we’ll look back at some of the big milestones and celebrations that happened in 2016.
The Sagittarian planets Sagittarii and Triton are the closest planets to the Sun.
Sagittarians are also in the middle of their lives.
They’ve spent their entire lives orbiting the Sun, waiting for their planets to align so they could take over and take control of our planet.
They were born into this universe.
The sun is a very bright star, and the planets are a collection of gas and dust.
They have little gravitational pull on each other, and as the planets orbit their sun, they also get more intense.
The planets are also connected by gravity.
The stars around the planets, the planets’ orbits, and all the planets in the Solar System have a gravitational pull, and that force keeps the planets moving around their sun.
When the planets align, their orbits become aligned with one another, which means they’re spinning faster.
They become closer together, which allows for more gravity.
And they get closer together again.
Sagettarians are born and grow older, as do the planets.
Their lives are connected.
In fact, they have to align their orbits every 4.5 years, or every 3.5 billion years, just to keep them in sync with oneanother.
We’ll celebrate Saturn this year on December 16, when the planets take on the form of a Sagittarian child.
The Saturn-shaped planet is the brightest star in the sky and the most distant planet in our Solar System.
The Earth is in the opposite sign, Leo.
Saget, Sagittary, and Taurus are the opposite signs of Saturn.
Sagitta is the planet’s name.
The word for the planet comes from the Latin “sagitta” which means “to sleep.”
Sagittaria is a Roman numeral meaning “seven.”
Taurus is the Greek letter for “three.”
Saturn is the fourth planet in the solar system, just after the Sun and Neptune.
Saturn’s rings are a ring of dark, reflective gas that extends from the center of the planet.
The rings were discovered by Cassini spacecraft in 1974.
Saturn is about 6.5 times the mass of Earth.
It orbits the Sun once every three days, and it’s one of the most massive objects in the outer solar system — and it orbits the sun in a circle.
The most distant star from the sun is the Sun-Earth-Jupiter system, about 1.7 billion miles (2.3 billion kilometers).
Sagittaris live in the Northern Hemisphere, but Sagittars live in all the other habitable planets in their solar system as well.
They can live for thousands of years, and they can survive for millions of years.
The other planets, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, and Mars, are also very different from Earth in some ways.
Uranus is one of our Solar Systems main moons.
Neptune is a planet that orbits in a ring around the Sun that can be very cold, and Pluto is a rocky planet that is very cold.
Saturn and Jupiter are the two biggest bodies in our Galaxy, the largest objects in our galaxy.
The two most massive bodies in the Galaxy are the Sun itself and the Earth.
Jupiter and Saturn orbit the Sun on opposite sides of their star, so they’re very close to one another.
The distance between the two planets is less than the distance between Earth and the Sun (at the edge of the Solar system).
And their orbits are almost completely aligned.
They’re almost exactly parallel.
It’s the same for Uranus and Neptune: They’re in the same orbit around the same star.
The Sun is the only other star in our Milky Way Galaxy that is located in the southern hemisphere.
And our sun is very, very close by.
Uranos rings, which are composed mostly of ice and dust, are so small that the Sun’s gravity is almost negligible.
But Uranos moons are more than 10 times larger than their Earth-sized neighbor.
The largest moon in our group is Titan.
The giant, icy body orbits in the inner Solar System about 13,000 miles (21,200 kilometers) away from our planet, making it one of Saturn’s closest moons.
And Titan has a magnetic field that keeps it from getting too hot.
It has a huge, bright, and dark spot on its surface.
The brightest spot on Titan is the northern pole of the moon, which is a bright spot for the most part.
The next brightest spot is at the southern pole.
But the biggest one is at Titan’s south pole.
It is probably the brightest spot in our region, which makes it a great candidate for a new planet to be discovered.
Saturn has four moons.
It takes two of them to form a full moon, and one of them is Titan