Saturns rings

A new chronology for Saturn Configurations

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Using the heliocentric cratering model to date moons in accepted chronology, may need to be modified. If impact material has been more recently catastrophically created then the history of Saturn’s moons could be very much younger. Other parent planets also?

Electrochemistry deluges

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Water, hydrogen ions, chemicals, iron, nearly pure quartz sand created by electromagnetic/electrochemical processes in planets atmospheres and raining down. A scientific process in our solar system proposes water, Saturn, plasma material, magnetics – over 40,000 kilograms per second of electrochemistry rain. Earth now and in our past? Ring rain is highly contaminated with organic matter …

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Saturns equinox rings ice wall B

A stunning image of Saturn’s B ring, near the last Saturn equinox, with what appears to be a wall of material that goes vertical for over 2 kilometres. The rest of the B rings normal height is suggested to be only 10 meters (30 feet) high. Vertical structures, among the tallest seen in Saturn’s main …

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Young Saturn rings

The Cassini space probe is flying through Saturn’s rings. Are the rings of Saturn very old, perhaps as old as the planets formation itself, or are they very young and being refreshed as we observe them? A key objective is to determine the mass and therefore the age of the rings. The more massive they …

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Enceladus wobble

Enceladus wobble orbit electromagnetic gravity

Using pictures from the Cassini probe, the researchers have detected and tracked a slight wobble in the moon. … Shortly after, Cassini detected a disturbance in magnetic fields produced by the presence of what appeared to be an atmosphere. Enceladus ocean ‘must be global’ Could Saturns’s moon Enceladus wobble be due to electromagnetic forces, plasma …

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