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AOL article.....link has become hard to find. Saturns Rings are contracting.

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Due to a mass that has begun spinning at a rapid rate inside the planets core.

 

It is literally pulling the rings in....what happens when it releases??

 

Millions of asteroids coming at us??

 

I cant seem to find the link I read a couple of hours ago...:unsure:

 

 

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 CSB    1,660

Due to a mass that has begun spinning at a rapid rate inside the planets core.

 

It is literally pulling the rings in....what happens when it releases??

 

Millions of asteroids coming at us??

 

I cant seem to find the link I read a couple of hours ago...:unsure:

 

 

Is this it ?

Something Strange Is Happening Inside Saturn

http://www.space.com/30665-unraveling-saturn-ring-mystery.html

Millions of asteroids coming at us??  Will this mean that DOOM is back on ?

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http://i.space.com/images/i/000/002/294/i02/070301_saturn_pic_02.jpg?1292265383

The movement of waves in Saturn's rings offers clues to activity and conditions within the planet. This natural-color view of Saturn was taken from 764,000 miles (1.2 million kilometers) away.
Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

 

Natural color view?? Snapped a pic 764K miles away?

 

Oh, it's from NASA. Never mind.

NASA's Cassini spacecraft, which is currently exploring Saturn and its moons, has carefully measured how much light from individual stars shines through the rings with its Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer, which allows scientists to calculate the changes in the rings' density at different locations.

Boys, you forgot to include the stars and the moons in the picture. Couldn't you get the Cassini a little closer since you're supposedly exploring it? The sun at 891 million miles away ain't gonna burn up your craft.

Take some photography lessons from the Hubble in 2009. Wait, no stars in that shot either! Oopsie.

http://i2.wp.com/www.universetoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/hubblesaturn.jpg?resize=580%2C435

 

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 YourMom2    1,242
On 9/30/2015, 8:44:04, Redlistvet said:

It's so hard not too make an inappropriate comment about this article.

 

Go ahead. I'll still love you in the morning. :biggrin:

Here's a lovely panoramic mosaic of Saturn backlit by the sun (891 million miles away) in July of 2013. Not seeing any of the 60 moons.

http://i.huffpost.com/gen/1459624/thumbs/o-SATURN-570.jpg?1

 

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Yeah, Saturn, cool planet. Ancient people said it was the original light source of earth. Saturn was replaced by our present sun and the moon was introduced into our skies.  http://www.varchive.org/itb/sansmoon.htm 

A Russian scientist has said for years that Saturn sends radio signals. Its rings re-transmit to the moon. Satanists worship the ringed planet. They are really Saturnists.

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Rings now under contract?

OUCH!

:bricks:

Yes........something with mass has begun spinning rapidly beneath the surface of Saturn and is pulling the rings IN.......gravitational pull...........

 

I find this EXTREMELY alarming.

Apparently it rotates every 7 minutes..I may be wrong tho...I still cant find the original article.....fuk.

If it it manages to pull them in tight and then release them ..imagine what millions of rocks will do as they are flung in all direction at unimaginable speeds....

 

Am I off base here?

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