‘Supersized’ Saturn ring discovered

This is a December 2018 video about planet Saturn and its rings.

From British daily The Guardian today:

Nasa discovers ‘supersized’ Saturn ring

Thin array of ice and dust particles lies at far reaches of Saturnian system, starting about 3.7 million miles from the planet.

See also here. And here.

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