Survival on the planet saturn

what would i need to survive on the planet saturn for 2 weeks?

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Saturn is approximately 75% hydrogen and 25% helium with traces of other substances like methane and water ice. Saturn is one of the windiest places in the Solar System, and wind speeds have been clocked at a staggering 1800 kilometers per hour at the equator. Occasionally, violent 'white' storms break through the cloud layers, each one bigger than Earth. In short, it wouldn't be the most pleasant place to live.

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