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Pearl Necklace said...

We can expect that the ring, more
dense, solid, of liquid droplet or consisting of small separate masses
(what are the rings of Saturn, as it is now known) can be formed only
near the body of a planet when it has reached such a degree of concentration that it
the Equatorial parts contain substances that can easily go in
of liquid droplet and finally to the solid state. But then the ring can
be formed only under certain conditions. With this superiority,
which attractive force becomes in the last stage of concentration,
the centrifugal force cannot, under ordinary conditions, call the office
of rings when the mass has already become dense. Only where the centrifugal force
was always very high, and remains high until the end, as, for example,
we see this in Saturn, we can expect the formation of dense rings.
So we see that in addition to those of the most outstanding features
The solar system which first led to the idea of its gradual development,
there are many more minor features pointing in the same
direction. If we had no other evidence, some of these features
mechanical devices in their entirety would have been sufficient to
establish the hypothesis of the misty mass.
But from a mechanical device of the Solar system we now turn to
its physical features and have a look, what conclusions can
to make comparison of the densities of its constituent bodies.
The fact that, generally speaking, more dense planets nearest to the essence
The sun, considered by many as one of the many indications
confirming the origin of the Solar system from a nebulous substance.
Assuming rightly that the extreme end of a rotating nebulous spheroid, in
periods of concentration are expected to be relatively sparse and that
the increase in density that occur throughout the mass as she
compressed, extends to the extreme end of the mass, as well as to the others,
proponents of this view argue that the rings are separated one by one,
needs to become denser and denser and form a planet having all of the
greater and greater density. But without touching the other objections
this explanation, it is completely inadequate for interpretation