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How did Saturn get its rings?
Saturn’s ring system was discovered as long ago as the seventeenth century. The French astronomer Cassini quickly suspected that the rings consisted of individual particles. Saturn’s rings are indeed not a single entity but consist of chunks of ice and rock that are orbiting the planet.
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