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Saturn destroyed one of its moons to make its rings

Saturn’s rings might have formed 100 million years ago when one of its icy moons was ripped apart by the planet’s gravity.

That’s according to new research that ties in the creation of the glorious rings with the outward migration of Titan and a resonance between the rotation of Saturn and the orbit of Neptune.

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