Comments on “After 40 years, astronomers find something completely unexpected happening in Saturn’s rings”

  1. Jason Cunningham says:
    04/02/2023 at 1:37 PM

    The Hubble space telescope hey?! Lol the billion dollar telescope that did not have the ability to take a picture of the earth from space? Or any space telescope or moon mission before it? Ah that one. Sure thing.

    1. West Houston says:
      04/15/2023 at 4:14 PM

      There are tens of thousands of satellites that take pictures of the Earth and Moon – many with telescopes. Look up who was Hubble – and you will realize what the telescope was made for.
      You have a lot to learn.

    2. Candace says:
      05/03/2023 at 1:29 PM

      I don’t believe a single thing that NASA says, we have been lied to all of our lives,…for instance the picture of a live mouse on the supposed lift off of a space x rocket. yeah right. Operation paperclip brought over a thousand NAZI’s to the US after the war with Germany, all they did was indoctrinate a whole bunch that in turn became NAZI’s. Shame.

    3. Frank LaSush says:
      05/05/2023 at 1:17 PM

      Why would they need to? What was/is the mission objective[s] of each? Your statement is the same as stating, cars are useless because they can’t dig holes.

  2. Robert Scott says:
    04/04/2023 at 4:54 PM

    The article quotes one scientist as saying, “The slow disintegration of the rings is well known…” In an industry that often uses the speed of light as a unit of time, how slow is “slow?” Is there another process by which the rings material is being created and replaced? Or is this the early signs of a crisis that requires the involvement of terrified Scandinavian school children?

    1. Robert says:
      04/05/2023 at 2:31 PM

      they don’t use the speed off light as a unit of time. a light lear, or the light-time unit is to define distance ( the distance light travels in that unit of time)

      1. Robert Scott says:
        04/26/2023 at 10:37 PM

        Thanks for the clarification, Robert. So I guess you don’t have an answer to my actual question?

  3. Dave Barrow says:
    04/12/2023 at 12:17 PM

    So Saturn suffers from climate change! Who knew?

    1. Maria says:
      04/29/2023 at 8:55 PM

      We need new taxes to address it.

  4. William Campbell says:
    05/02/2023 at 10:08 PM

    We are observing pre-ICE AGE.
    Earth was a moon covered with ice and the sun was like Saturn’s moon. I recall a voyager flying by a icy moon and reporting it had Salty waters under the ice.
    Therefore, it was a Little Bang when our sun ignited and scattered all moons. The moons orbiting the closest to our sun during the ignition were scattered the furthest like Pluto and Neptune. The one orbiting the furthest was Mercury.


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