Saturn’s rings are thought to be only around 100 million years old, but how they formed remains unknown. Today a study published in Science suggests that the destruction of an old moon could be the origin.

The study, led by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), says Saturn’s rings – one of the most iconic planetary features in the solar system – may have arisen after an ancient Saturn moon was destroyed. .

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