Feeds

back to article Storm slings water to Saturn's surface

Water has been spotted on Saturn for the first time. Astroboffins believe that gas giants comprise layers of different substances, including water, but lacked substantial evidence to support that theory. A colossal storm that hit Saturn's northern hemisphere back in 2010 has helped them out, because the Cassini probe was close …

COMMENTS

This topic is closed for new posts.
Trollface

Rainy weather?

So water is drawn up (from the depths) & it rains down, and it does this a lot?

Saturn's English then. QED

1
0
Bronze badge
Childcatcher

Re: Rainy weather?

Saturn's English then. QED

Or England is a Kronian intrusion into the fair world of Terra.

0
0
Silver badge

So...

...astronauts will need umbrellas, then...?

1
0
Bronze badge

Re: So...

...and a firm grip.

2
0

Re: So...

Hey, if Mary Poppins can do it...

1
0
This topic is closed for new posts.