Saturn is the oldest planet. No one can say exactly why and how, but as things stand around, Saturn is probably even older than the Sun itself. After all, the god Saturn seems much older than that ever young Apollolo. It may have happened that Saturn, like a hermit in the darkness of the void of the universe, wandered alone, which apparently did not bother him that much, when the Sun mistakenly recognized in him one of its long-lost sons, and thus appropriated him, probably without questions and consent. Did Saturn at all like the first light that he thus received from the Sun? Saturn’s rings are the greatest decoration of this part of the cosmos in which we live. If we happened to live on Saturn, we would certainly be able to jump from one pebble to another and so on in a circle to infinity.

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