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The Sun’s rings may be why Earth did not develop into a ‘Super-Earth’

The Sun's rings might be why Earth didn't grow into a 'Super-Earth'

Just before there were planets all over the Sun, there have been rings.

A lot like the way product orbiting Saturn is flattened by centrifugal forces into a limited, neat disk, the same occurred with the Sun in the earliest times of the solar process – and the way these rings were composed points out how Earth grew from people rings into a workable measurement and not into a so-named “Tremendous-Earth.”