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Scientists Say Saturn Hasn't Always Had Its Iconic Rings

Newsy Friday, 18 January 2019
Scientists Say Saturn Hasn't Always Had Its Iconic RingsWatch VideoWhen we learned about the planets in school, most of us probably remembered Saturn as the one with rings. Well, get ready for a shock: Now some scientists are saying those rings haven't always been there.

Scientists published that finding in the journal Science on Thursday. The new data comes from the Cassini...
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NASA has shed light on the age of Saturn's iconic rings.

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