a. They are thin, solid disks revolving around the parent planets in polar orbits.
b. They consist of bodies that range in size from very tiny "smoke-size" particles to small "moonlets".
c. Their structure is never influenced by other planetary satellites.
d. They are present around Saturn and Jupiter, but not around Uranus and Neptune
This question was asked on Dec 07, 2010.
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