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Any old jerk can wear a fancy ring, but how many people can say their bling was made from materials that once flew at mach 3.2+ on the famed Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird spy plane? Now that’s some provenance.
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There is more to jewelry designer Theo Fennell's rings than meets the eye. Many of his piece contain secret compartments and hidden paintings, paying tribute to books like The Wind in the Willows, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and The Wizard of Oz.
NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day is back with a winner: Saturn's crescent phase captured by Cassini with its rings and the moon Rhea. It looks like a menacing eye from a colossal evil being from another dimension opening in the darkness of space, watching all of us. There's an amazing movie too:
It looks so effortless for him. And not only can freediver David Helderle blow underwater bubble rings as easily as you and I blink, he can control those mini vortexes to make fun designs and spin rings. It's like Aquaman decided to become an artist or something.
Prometheus and Pandora are a tag-team of moons shaping Saturn's F-ring. As Prometheus passes through the ring, it gouges a gore in the ring, drawing the material out as a streamer as the moon exits the ring.
How long would it take for Saturn to form its rings? Phil Plait of the Bad Astronomer blog goes on a research-binge with a bit of casual mathematics to figure out it would take a surprisingly short time for a diffuse ring, especially considering the usual mind-boggling timescales in astronomy.
NASA has released this beautiful image of the Saturn rings, looking straight down—the outer portion of the C ring and the inner portion of the B ring. According to NASA, "the general pattern is from "dirty" particles indicated by red to cleaner ice particles shown in turquoise in the outer parts of the rings."
Although it might look like a lot of the other images you've seen of Saturn, there's far more to this picture than meets the eye.
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Bulgarian archaeologists have unearthed a medieval bronze ring that might have been used for political murders some 700 years ago.
When it comes to planetary accessories, we've got our moon, but lovely as it is, it doesn't hold a candle to some of the flashier bits of flair out there. I'm talking about rings. Here's where they come from.
Here's a hint: it's big, gassy, and rhymes with pattern.