Why number of 'small moons' in Saturn's ring keep changing revealed

September 9, 2014 10:01 PM

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Why number of 'small moons' in Saturn's ring keep changing revealed

Washington: Scientists has recently discovered why a rapid variation in the number of 'small moons' or 'bright lumps' in the Saturn's ring keep occurring since it was pictured 30 year-old by the Voyager mission.

Robert French, Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) scientist, said that the F ring was a narrow, lumpy feature made entirely of water ice that lies just outside the broad, luminous rings A, B, and C, which has bright spots but it has fundamentally changed its appearance since the time of...

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