Saturn's rings – made up of rock, dust and ice – make it distinctive in our solar system. How did the rings get there? A new study suggests that they could be fragments from a collision with a moon the size of Titan.
One of the tiniest moons ever found orbiting the gas giant planet Saturn, Daphnis, has been caught creating rippling waves inside of the planet's rings, which proves it still can cause disruption in Saturn's belt of ice and rocky debris.
The director of a revamped "The Lord of the Rings" musical went to J.R.R. Tolkien's grave to seek the author's posthumous blessing for staging the cult classic -- and he apologized in case the writer disapproved.