Study details rain falling from Saturn's rings

04/11/2013 | Space.com

Erosion of Saturn's icy rings is causing it to rain water on certain areas of the planet, scientists report in the journal Nature. Researchers used the Keck Observatory in Hawaii to study the tiny particles of rain water falling from the rings, a discovery that could help explain why the planet's distinct rings are different densities and sizes.

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