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Saturn

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Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and is the second largest in the solar system. The wind blows at high speeds on Saturn. Near the equator, it reaches velocities of 1,100 miles an hour. This make you the fastest little green goblin in the galaxy. You're the reason why people think they hear noises every now and then, and when they turn around- gone. Just remember, speed=brains? We think not. Therefore we've installed random walls that pop-up throughout our major cities that should slow you down, dramatically. Go sit on your ski rack.

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    They scored 67% on planetarypoints, higher than 77% of your peers.

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Mercury

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Venus

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Jupiter

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Saturn

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The Sun

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Earth

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Mars

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