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Tchernyi, V.V., Pospelov, A.Yu. and Girich, S.G. (1998) Studies on the Rings of Saturn. The Academy for Future Science, Los Gatos.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Superconductivity of Saturn Rings: Quantum Locking, Rings Disc Thickness and Its Time Creation

    AUTHORS: Vladimir V. Tchernyi, Andrew Yu Pospelov

    KEYWORDS: Origin of Saturn Rings, Origin of Planetary Rings, Superconductivity of the Planetary Rings

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Modern Physics, Vol.9 No.3, February 11, 2018

    ABSTRACT: The article demonstrates how rings disc of Saturn was created after appearance of the planetary magnetic field from superconducting iced particles of the protoplanetary cloud moving around planet by chaotic orbits. It is based on the fact that Saturn has magnetic field and the temperature of its vicinity is low enough to have superconductivity. Electromagnetic simulation estimates time of rings disc formation with the thickness about few meters from a few thousand years up to few tens of thousands of years. A rings disk has a stable structure located within magnetic equator of Saturn due to quantum locking of the particles by planetary magnetic field. Also may happened contribution to the rings disc from the debris of the moons migrated inward towards Saturn and particles of the frozen water coming from the geyser of the geologically active satellite (as Enceladus contributed to the E-ring). Suggested mechanism of the rings formation works even in case where only a small fraction of the particles poses superconductivity. Presented electromagnetic modeling of the role of superconducting iced particles of the rings disc origin, dynamics and evolution allow us to enrich the classical theories based on gravitational, mechanical, magnetohydrodynamic and plasma interactions.