Saturn is similar to Jupiter, but it is much smaller. It is the second largest planet in our Solar System and it is a gas giant like Jupiter. Saturn is the least dense planet in our Solar System. On Saturn, under the clouds of methane, hydrogen and helium, the sky gradually turns into liquid and it becomes a giant ocean of liquid chemicals. Since the planet is made up of Helium and Hydrogen, Saturn is believed to be the lightest planet and also that it would float on water. Due to its light weight it spins faster.
Saturn was the Roman god of agriculture. He was called Cronus by the Greeks. Because Saturn is bigger than the Earth, we would weigh more on Saturn than here. So if you weigh 70 lbs (32 kg) on Earth, you would weigh 74.5 lbs (34 kg) on Saturn.