Rings of Saturn Stress Deep Time Proponents

We have seen numerous times that celestial bodies have been recalcitrant to cosmic evolution and deep time beliefs. Stars, planets, all that good stuff may appear to be billions of years old, but people often get that idea because they accept the opinions of secular scientists.

Space is a busy place, what with comets, asteroids, orbital motions, and unseen things such as gravity and radiation. These things affect each other as well as larger objects in the cosmos. No wonder the rings of Saturn cause consternation to naturalists.

Secular scientists continue to make rescuing devices to keep the solar system old, but keep failing. Two more items on the rings of Saturn do not help.
Artist's conception of Cassini and Saturn, NASA / JPL (useage does not imply endorsement of site contents)
NASA sent Cassini up there to tool around for about thirteen years, and many interesting things were reported back about Saturn, its moons, radio emissions, rings, and more. Unfortunately for secularists, numerous things were found that refuted deep time and prompted a passel of rescuing devices. Thermal stress (such as on our moon) disrupts the rings, as do dust releases. Nothing can be found to support 4.5 billion Darwin years, and again, the logical conclusion is recent creation.
Gustav Holst may have called Saturn the bringer of old age, but the thing aging now may be beliefs that Saturn is old. Here are two new papers by Japanese scientists finding additional decay processes at work in Saturn’s rings.

Disruption of Saturn’s ring particles by thermal stress (Hirata et al., Icarus 19 Feb 2022). Knowing that thermal stress is at work on our moon to disrupt boulders and grind them down to dust, these researchers considered whether that happens in Saturn’s rings.

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Dust release from cold ring particles as a mechanism of spoke formation in Saturn’s rings (Hirata et al., Icarus 3 Feb 2022). The same lead author (Naoyuki Hirata) and a co-author on the previous paper was joined by another colleague for this paper earlier in the month. The unexpected phenomenon of “spokes” running across Saturn’s rings, first discovered by Voyager 2 in 1981, still defies full explanation after Cassini’s 13-year orbital tour. The spokes appear as the ring particles emerge from shadow, observations showed, but smear out as the rings near the terminator.

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