... and considering mass, it isn't even close. I went on a scanning spree and turned to my model planets. And suddenly my alter ego told me: "Saturn is the biggest gas giant in the Sol System. It's rings make it distinct from the other planets there." ... well ... how should I say ... now ... that's a little awkward, considering that my alter ego travels space in a spaceship that's faster than light and has seen attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion and similar stuff and as such should be far more well versed in matters of space stuff. Long story short, I'd love to see her stating: "Saturn is the biggest gas giant in the Sol System. It's rings make it distinct from the other planets there." Because Jupiter is the biggest planet in the solar system (or at least it was in the early 21st century). Equatorial diameter: 120,536 km (Saturn) vs. 142,984 km (Jupiter) Pole to pole: 108.728 km (Saturn) vs. 133.708 km (Jupiter) Mass: 95 times the mass of earth (Saturn) vs. 318 times the mass of earth (Jupiter) Enough smart-arseing, back ito space. Cheers! [EDIT] And for further improvements: "Its rings make it distinct [...]"