|A comparison just to boggle your mind. Image source.|
Saturn's Rings are very thin, about 20 meters, but extend way out to a distance of of more than 1200 kilometers. The rings are mostly made up of ice and carbonaceous dust, I think that means containing carbon intermingled in the dust.
The planet Saturn is named after the Roman god Saturnus, the god of agriculture, and was known to the ancient civilizations such as the Babylonians and Chinese. It is also visible to the naked eye being the fifth brightest object in the night sky.
Saturn is very slow moving taking more than 29 years to orbit the sun even though it revolves on it's axis in just a little over 10 hours. Because of this high rotational speed the planet with it's wispy atmosphere has flattened a bit giving it an equatorial diameter of about ten percent greater than it's polar diameter.
God was upset by the Israelites for worshiping their god Ashtaroth, the name they used for the planet Saturn, well in the Canaanite language. Amos 5 verse 26; You have born the tabernacle of Moloch and chuin your images, your star god. So don't be too over awed by this planet, be over awed by God and what he has made instead.
Blessings and best wishes from Geoff in South Africa.