Saturn’s rings paint some of its moons shades of blue and red

Five ring-dwelling objects are different colors, depending on their distance from the planet

Saturn's rings

ONE AND THE SAME  A new study of Saturn’s inner moons suggests they and the planet’s innermost rings (illustrated with the Cassini spacecraft) formed from the same destructive event. 

JPL-Caltech, NASA

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