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Saturn's rings and moons contain a uniform distribution of water ice, which seems to reflect their common origins billions of years ago. John Matson reports.
Saturnís rings and moons are a diverse group, but some of their differences are only skin deep. A new analysis of the Saturnian system shows that the planetís rings and satellites have at least one compositional characteristic in common. They appear uniformly stocked with water ice, dating from their formation in the early solar system.
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