Since the first time that Saturn was discovered in the present, one of the most interesting planets of our solar system, the sixth planet in terms of distance from the sun, and the second largest planet in our solar system after Jupiter, is characterized by a nature very particular and peculiar. Every day of the scientists' study, a new order is discovered.
Recently, astronomers have announced that they have discovered many amazing things about Saturn in recent years, but the most surprising thing is what was discovered in the atmosphere of this planet. British scientist Brian Cox, professor of particle physics at the College of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Manchester, said the surprise was "the climate and climate of Saturn".
The "Russia Today" website, the one that the "Cox" through the BBC "BBC", during one of the documentaries of the "planets" series, broadcast recently by NASA in the year 2013, fell A closer look at the atmosphere of Saturn of the Cassini probe. He pointed out that by studying the clouds of the planet and the systems of the Great Storm, scientists can deduce many things that concern energy sources and help to strengthen the planet.
"Under the upper atmosphere of Saturn, many very large clouds grow, generating more powerful lightning with about 10,000 times the lightning of our planet," the British scientist said. He added that this light converts methane gas into giant clouds of soot. Furthermore, the pressure is growing a lot, able to transform soot clouds into diamonds. Which gives a high probability that the sky of Saturn «Almama» due to these factors. Cox said that the diamond, which can be made and formed from huge clouds of soot, faces the pressure of the big planet, which will transform it from solid to liquid.
Saturn is the sixth planet in the world, the second largest planet after Jupiter and is characterized by rings of ice and dust, which scientists have spent decades figuring out. Saturn is also classified in gaseous planets, such as Orononus, Neptune and Jupiter. It is estimated to be about nine times larger than the Earth's radius, but its density only affects the density of the Earth. Its mass exceeds the mass of our planet 95 times.