Scientists believe they have discovered what could be the birth of a new moon in the rings of Saturn.
A recent picture was captured by a spacecraft and shows a small round object.
They’ve named the object Peggy and estimate it may be about a kilometre wide and made of ice.
If Peggy is confirmed, the object will become the 63rd moon in Saturn’s orbit.
What next for Peggy?
Saturn is the second biggest planet in our solar system. It has more than 60 moons and is made up of different gases.
Scientists say if Peggy continues to orbit inside the rings, it could collide with smaller lumps of ice and disintegrate.
But if Peggy escapes beyond the rings, it will run the risk of drifting into the path of much larger moons.
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