How Many Rings Does Saturn Have?

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Saturn has 31 known moons. Saturn , the sixth planet and the second largest, also has many icy moons like Mimas which has a large crater that is 1/4 the diameter of the moon.
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Scientists know Saturn's rings all formed differently. For example, the outer ring is made of ice from the moon Enceladus. However, it is unknown when the rings formed. Astronomer
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Saturn's diameter at the equator is around 123,500km - without rings and around 364,900km with rings, from ring edge to ring edge. The rings start from 6,630km above the equator and
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In 1610, Galileo was probably the first to discover Saturn's rings. Because his telescope was small, Galileo could not see the rings properly and assumed they were satellites. In
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The circumference of Saturn's ring is 3,034,689 kilometers. Thanks for
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Saturn has seven ring groups composed of thousands of smaller rings.
All of the giant planets in our solar system have rings: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
There are rings like A Ring , B Ring, C Ring , D Ring , E Ring , F Ring, Cassini Division , Roche Division, Janus Division , Methone Ring , Anthene Ring , pallene Ring , Phoebe Ring.
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