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Pearl Necklace said...

And then he points to the
the fact that the period of time consumed by Saturn on the appeal on its axis,
refers to the time used his rings as 427 to 438 - difference
which one would expect {After the printing of this article, the discovery of the Mars
two satellites revolving round him in periods shorter than the period
the rotation of Mars around its axis, showed that output at which
Laplace here insists is only General, not absolute. If
the assumption that all parts of the nebulous spheroid focused
rotate at the same angular velocity, it was necessary, the exception
this rule would seem inexplicable; but if, as was assumed in
the previous Department of education nebulous spheroid follows that
its outer layers will rotate around a common axis with an angular
speed than the internal explanation is possible. Although in the early stages
concentration when misty substance, and especially its peripheral part,
very sparse, the effect of fluid friction will be too small to
having to greatly modify the difference of angular velocity, which exists,
however, when the concentration of the Sun has reached its last stage and
substance changes from gaseous to liquid and solid state, and when
enthralling currents (concvection currents) have become common for the whole mass (which,
probably does not happen at first), then the angular velocity of the peripheral part
will gradually become identical with the angular velocity of the inner parts. Then
it becomes clear why Mars the peripheral portion, more and more
drawn back by the internal mass, lost part of its speed in the gap
the time between the formation of the most distant companion and the achievement of its
final form.}.
With respect to the rings of Saturn you can still notice that the place where
ring, is of considerable importance. Ring, separated in the early periods
the process of concentration of matter consisting of a gaseous,
having a very weak grip may not possess great ability
resistance to tearing forces, which arise from the incomplete equilibrium;
therefore, the rings become moons.