Ask Smithsonian: What’s Up With Saturn’s Rings?

Despite being just one minute long, this Ask Smithsonian video hosted by Eric Schulze is crammed full of strange things you never knew – but should – about Saturn’s rings. Prepare to be amazed. (1:12)

Learn more about Saturn's rings here.

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