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A New Look at Saturn’s Northern Hexagon - Raw Cassini image captured on 26 Feb. 2013 (NASA/JPL/SSI) Freshly delivered from Cassini’s wide-angle camera, this raw image gives us another look at Saturn’s north pole and the curious hexagon-shaped jet stream that encircles it, as well as the spiraling vortex of clouds at its center. Back in November we got our first good look at Saturn’s north pole in years, now that Cassini’s orbit is once again taking it high over the ringplane.

Staring towards Saturn's north pole

Vortex of Color--This spectacular, vertigo inducing, false-color image from NASAs Cassini mission highlights the storms at Saturns north pole. The angry eye of a hurricane-like storm appears dark red while the fast-moving hexagonal jet stream framing it is a yellowish green. - #Astronomy #Saturn

Moon of Saturn

A storm at Saturn’s North Pole. | The 23 Most Breathtaking Science Photos Of 2013

This vertigo-inducing, false-color image from NASA's Cassini mission highlights the storms at Saturn's north pole.

Hexagon at the pole of Saturn

Huge Saturn Vortex Swirls in Stunning NASA Photos An amazing new photo from NASA's Cassini probe orbiting Saturn has sighted a monster storm raging on the ringed planet's north pole.

North pole on Mars.


Rings of Saturn from Cassini.

Martian North Pole.

The White Marble by NASA - Earth captured in its entirety from an altitude of 512 miles (824 kilometers) over the North Pole. via #Earth #NASA #North_Pole #dailymail_co_uk
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