According to US researchers, the planet Saturn has surpassed Jupiter in terms of the most lunar eclipse.
A team of scientists has discovered 20 new moons around the planet, thus reducing its number to 82, which is more than Jupiter’s 79 moons.
This new discovery has been made with the help of Telescope Subaru, an island in Hawaii’s sacred mountain Mauna Kea.
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Each of the planets orbiting the Saturn is five kilometers (three miles) in diameter and 17 of them are rotating in opposite directions. This process is called retrograde direction or retraction. Three other moons are rotating in the direction of the Progressive Direction, orbiting the planet.
The two moons rotating in the direction of the planet take about two years to complete its orbit.
The rotating moon in the opposite direction and the rotating moon in the planet’s direction take more than three years to complete its orbit.
Dr. Scott Sheppard, who heads the team at the Carnegie Institute of Science in Washington, DC, says that researching these moons can detect the orbit around them as they begin and as they take in the orbit.
Dr Sheppard said that since 1990, Jupiter has been considered the most expensive planet.
This new discovery of planets is in three different groups, depending on the angles at which they rotate around its orbit.
Scientists believe that the up and down rotating moons have caused the breakup of at least three major orbits. These large orbits will collapse after being struck by a distant moon or near-spaced planets.
Dr. Sheppard told the BBC: “The orbits of these moons are far above the orbit and they are quite distant so we do not think they will have come into being with the planet.” We think they were dragged by this planet to their orbit in the past.
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But they say that when our solar system was in its early age and Saturn was coming into existence, then a cloud of gas and ‘disk’ surrounded the planet. Because of this, the energy of the passages was wasted. But in most cases, these parts would rotate around the planet and become part of it.
The discovery came with the help of Subaru Telescope after applying a new computing algorithm to the data taken between 2004 and 2007. With this algorithm, the probabilities identified in the old data fit into their orbit.
Dr. Sheppard says, “We thought it was the moon of Saturn but we didn’t have the whole orbit to decide it.”
“With the use of this new computer power, I can deploy orbit 200 of the things we think of as the moon.”
Dr. Sheppard says more moons can be discovered around Saturn. But for this, astronomers need a larg A team of researchers has also announced a competition to name these moons. These names have to be in the style of the Malay tales of Norse, Gaelic and Inuit, which belong to three different groupse telescope that can detect even a kilometer wide