How did the Red Planet lose several systems of rings over billion of years?

R Sinduja

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Mars is known as the Red Planet while Saturn is known for its rings. A new study from the SETI Institute & Purdue University infers Mars might have had its own planetary rings. Researchers say a cycle of moons might have formed, broken frequently over Mars during the course of billions of years. The new study suggests that a newly formed moon will move away from the red planet and ring in a manner that produced 2-degree tilt.