Including its rings which planet is bigger Jupiter
Question Date: 2015-05-22
The diameter of Saturn including it's major
rings is about 270,000 km and the diameter of
Jupiter is about 140,000 km, so Saturn is
actually much bigger if you include the rings.
Jupiter is denser and about 3 times as massive,
Depends on what you mean by "bigger".
Jupiter has more mass. Jupiter has more volume
(i.e. it takes up a greater amount of space).
Saturn's rings are farther across than Jupiter.