NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has revealed a surprising feature emerging at Saturn’s northern pole as it nears summertime: a warming, high-altitude vortex with a hexagonal shape,
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Spectacular images featuring the fluttering auroras at the north pole of Saturn, by NASA/ESA Hubble Space telescope.
Saturn’s moon Hyperion. A remarkable world strewn with strange craters and an odd sponge-like surface.
The unique Saturn’s North polar vortex, among the most interesting images from Cassini spacecraft recent flyby, is still there.
The whole Saturn’s northern region is bathed in sunlight in this view from late 2016. The hexagon-shaped jet-stream is fully illuminated here.
Spectacular images in this Saturnian hexagon collage, from Cassini’s orbit over the turbulent North Pole.
Saturn’s North Polar hexagon has changed color from blue to gold – and no one knows why.
On Earth, June 21 marks a solstice, the time when the Earth’s spin axis tilts directly toward the Sun. On Saturn, the rings tell you
This stunning false-color image of the ringed planet’s north pole, recorded by the Cassini spacecraft’s wide-angle camera, during its first sunlit views of far northern
Saturn’s rings and Tethys were imaged in their true colors by the Cassini spacecraft. Icy bright Tethys, a moon of Saturn likely brightened from sister