Saturns ring system Artwork of chunks of rock and ice in Saturns rings Saturn is seen behind the rings and shadows from the rings are at upper right The most visible rings extend outwards from Saturn for around kilometres The rings only about one kilometre thick consist of millions of rock and ice chunks The rings are thought to have formed from the disintegration of a moon that was too close to Saturn or was hit by a comet or asteroid Saturn the sixth planet from the Sun is mostly hydrogen and helium Its clouds are coloured by trace chemicals such as methane The bright band running behind Saturn is the Milky Way
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