Cassini and Peggy

A small icy object named Peggy in the rings of Saturn.  Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

A small icy object named Peggy in the rings of Saturn. Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

An “object”, dubbed Peggy located at the edge of the rings seen here at the bottom is being described as a “Small Icy Object”; might it be a new moon forming? Maybe, although it’s not expected to grow any larger, Peggy gives a good look at how a moon could form. It’s all new to everybody because this has never been seen before – a common theme with the Cassini mission. An epic mission for sure.

Here’s the story at NASA.

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