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What Happened to the Earth in Saturn’s Early Days?

Saturn boasts several large and small moons, the largest being Titan, which is slightly bigger than Mercury and offers researchers insights into Earth’s early formation. Astronomers have known since the 1980s that Saturn’s iconic rings are gradually dissolving, though no exact timeline or rate were available to them. The Rings Astronomers have long noted the

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Why is the Sky Blue?

As sunlight passes through Earth’s atmosphere, molecules of nitrogen and oxygen scatter shorter blue wavelengths more strongly than other colors – an effect known as Rayleigh scattering. Longer wavelengths like yellow, red and orange pass unimpeded through the atmosphere – so why is the sky light blue? Unfortunately, the answer lies somewhere within. The Sun’s

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