Posted by: Sandy Steinman | January 17, 2019

Saturn With No Rings?

The New York Times reported

Saturn’s icy rings are among the most iconic features in the solar system. But they’re raining so much water onto the planet that in 300 million years they could rain themselves nearly out of existence, leaving Saturn startlingly ringless.

Read Story at Saturn With No Rings? It Could Happen, and Sooner Than Astronomers Expected – The New York Times

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