NASA FINALLY Breaks Silence! James Webb Telescope Detects ‘Ocean World’ on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus
Saturn is one of the planets that keep on fascinating scientists. Even though they have been studying Saturn since the 17th century, they have barely scratched the surface of this interesting planet. It is the second-largest planet after Jupiter and the sixth planet from the sun.
Like its twin, Jupiter, it is called a gas giant because it is composed of hydrogen and helium. Saturn is one-eighth the average density of the Earth, but it is over 95 times larger than the Earth. It has a pale yellow hue due to the presence of ammonia crystals in its upper atmosphere.
It also has a prominent ring system that comprises mainly ice particles with a small amount of rocky debris and dust.
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