Cressida, one of Uranus’s moons, is on course to collide with Desdemona, another of Uranus’s moons.
According to a new study, the collision isn’t set to take place for another one million years.
Researchers say that Cressida’s gravity is causing the distortion of one of Uranus’s rings, increasing the likelihood that one of Uranus’s moons will crash into another.
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