Saturn's rings are only 100 meters, or 330 feet, thick. The particles forming the rings range in size from minuscule to the size of a bus. Scientists believe the large bus-sized particles are hard snowballs or rocks enclosed in ice. The rings are made up of tiny particles. Most particles are ice and water with trace amounts of rocky material.
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