Mako knocks Raleigh down a few pegs while the Wei Triplets in the background are just loving it (Stacker nods in solemn agreement).
lady Trek in a Piece of the Action
I don’t know what the hell is happening. Suddenly a wild Ramsay appears having a Food Truck Fight with the Muppets.
In case you’re wondering, the result of the fight :
The most important thing in life will always be the people in this room.
leave it to me, to fall for a dead guy
The rings of Saturn have puzzled astronomers since Galileo Galilei discovered them with his telescope in 1610. Detailed study by the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft in the 1980s only increased the mystery.
There are billions of ring particles in the entire ring system. The ring particle sizes range from tiny, dust-sized icy grains to a few particles as large as mountains. Two tiny moons orbit in gaps (Encke and Keeler gaps) in the rings and keep the gaps open. Other particles (10s to 100s of meters) are too tiny to see, but create propeller-shaped objects in the rings that let us know they are there. The rings are believed to be pieces of comets, asteroids or shattered moons that broke up before they reached the planet. Each ring orbits at a different speed around the planet. Information from NASA’s Cassini mission will help reveal how they formed, how they maintain their orbit and, above all, why they are there in the first place.
Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute