Saturn's gauzy G-ring is being swept into its orbit, grain by grain, from a region of icy chunks on its inner edge. So say researchers working on data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft in the 2 August issue of the journal Science. A single bright arc on the inside of Saturn's G-Ring. Credit: Ciclops A single bright arc on the …
Next they'll want to check the rings around Uranus.....
I'll get my coat...
hmm.. G-Ring: Mystery. G-Spot: Mystery
Just reverted to 13yo for a minute...
Not sure about Uranus but I understand a certain musician has just finished his thesis about the big chunky ring of Mercury.
Gentlemen coats, march!
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