Planets outside the Earth are full of mysteries but equally interesting, including spectacular diamond rains on Saturn.
Thunder storms in Saturn's atmosphere will create carbon particles. The falling carbon particles will be broken into pieces due to the influence of high pressure that exists on the two planets and forms solid diamond blocks.
When approaching the planet's core, with a temperature of about 2,726 degrees Celsius, graphite can turn into diamond.
This diamond can float along the stream of hydrogen and liquid helium deep in Saturn's atmosphere. In areas with lower depths, the diamond will melt into liquid form under the influence of pressure and temperature, forming huge diamond rains.
Besides, many other researchers explain that these planets are only gas, so their mind will basically be filled with hot air with high pressure.
Carbon will probably be converted into soot in the upper layer of the atmosphere, but when it falls, it can turn into graphite under a temperature of about 1,727 degrees Celsius. At about 2,726 degrees Celsius, graphite can turn into diamond.