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Saturn D Rings

Figure 5-2a: Image obtained from NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute. http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/?IDNumber=PIA08990
Figure 5-2c: Calculated using 

Saturn B rings and Cassini Division

Figure 5-6b: UG Calculated B ring section.
Figure 5-6c: Outer B ring, image credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute; http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalogue/PIAA06535

Saturn A Ring

Figure 5-7a: Spiral bending waves (right) and density waves in Saturnís A ring interior to the Encke Gap.
Image credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute; http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalogue/PIA06093.
Figure 5-7c: Calculated using

Saturn Main Rings

5-1b: UG calculated image of Saturnís main rings.

Figures 5-1a and 5-1b:Displays a comparison between the UG calculated zones providing rings D,C,B, A and the Cassini Division (figure 5-1b) and Saturnís observed ring profile (figure 5-1a). In figure 5-1a areas depicted in green and blue are dominated by small particles, and areas indicated in violet consist mainly of large particles. White areas indicate regions that were so opaque that the size of particle could not be determined.

Image credit for figure 5-1a: NASA/JPL; http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalogue/PIA07872.

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