Saturn's Rings consist of individually orbiting bits of ice and rock ranging in size from grains of sand to boulders the size of a large house. Also dust particles circle around at top speed.
Saturn has rings around it which the orbits Saturn.
Saturn DOES have rings around it.
You probably mean the rings around some planets, particularly Saturn. They are not continuous, but are composed of individual bits of rock and ice.
Saturn is round. It has rings of dust that orbit it.
Saturn is the only planet in the universe that has a ring around it. Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune do not have rings. The rings around Saturn is as a result of the large gases.
The rings around Saturn are mostly comprised of the dust, the ice and the rocks.
Saturn has the rings
saturn Jupiter has the largest rings, but Saturn and Neptune have smaller rings as well.
Yes, but only Saturn has prominent rings.
The circle shape around Saturn is the rings.
Not really. Saturn is composed of about 96% hydrogen. The rings however, may contain about 7% carbon
The planet Saturn is a planet with rings around it
it rings around it
yes there are
One catchy phrase for the plant Saturn could be 'Saturn, the one with the rings'. Saturn is the planet that have several rings around it.
Because Saturn is the only planet in our solar system that has rings around it.
Here is a list of planets that have rings (some are not visible rings, but they are still there)JupiterSaturnUranusNeptuneThe most visible rings are the giant ice rings around Saturn.
Saturn's rings are composed of ice, dust, and rock particles of different sizes.The rings of Saturn are the extensive planetary ring system of any other planet in the solar system.
The rings around planets are called rings, or solar rings. Saturn is a planet that is most famous for having rings around it.
scientists have also found rings around Uranus. Voyager 2 sent back pics of 11 rings. unlike the rings of Saturn, Uranus rings are dark and are made of boulder-sized materials.
Saturn's rings are made of tiny pieces of frozen ice and rock. There are about a thousand rings around Saturn, but they are made of decaillions of pieces. From Earth you can see Saturn in the night sky, but you need a telescope to see its rings.
Saturn has the brightest rings.