Simulation May Explain Saturnian System

Saturnian system montage

Saturnian system montage made up from images taken by Voyager I, image by JPL/NASA

Saturn’s odd mix of mid-sized satellites are among the strangest in the outer Solar System. With widely varying densities and locations, measuring between 300 to 1,500 kilometers in diameters, these moons have some distinctive characteristics. Some are made up almost completely of ice, and some are rockier and geologically active. Some even show evidence of submoons and rings.

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