The Ring of Saturn has always been the subject of discussion. Many theories came about the ring and the ring specific satellites of the Saturn. However, there is always more in research. Professor Ohtsuki Keiji of National Astronomical Observatory, Japan has led a research for Saturn’s F Ring and also the satellites to give the world some more light about it.
Saturn is one of the most interesting planets in our galaxy and has many mysteries associated with it. The ring across Saturn is considered to be one of the most important parts of the planet for the formation of the satellites in and around. Researchers have concluded that Saturn’s Ring had many more materials in ancient time, but slowly the particles got accelerated and spread. This phenomenon has collectively given birth to the satellites. The Shepherd Satellites of Saturn, Prometheus and Pandora are located inside and outside the ring. The formations of these two satellites are from the ring itself.
There has always been debate over the formation of the shepherd satellites of Saturn as they rotate around the ring of the planet. The ring is, however, narrow, as per the universal standards and has few hundred kilometers width. There have been researching reports from the Voyager and Cassini spacecraft about F Ring and the Shepherd Satellites of the Saturn. However, the origin has never been clarified but the new study may soon provide some valuable information about the formation and origin mysterious Saturn, F Ring and the satellites.