Saturn is the planet with the most impressive ring system in the Solar System. The Rings of Saturn were first noticed by Galileo Galilei in 1610; however, they were described by Christiaan Huygens in 1655. In accordance with the known structure of planetary rings, they form a dynamic system that retains its shape thanks to the constant control of Saturn and its moons by the gravitational effects of a large number of small particles of ‘dust’, ‘ice’ and ‘rock’ that move independently of each other
The brightness of the Rings varies greatly with the distance from the center of the planet. It is believed that this depends on the change in particle sizes and the distribution of chemical components, as well as the particle density contained in the Rings.