I’ve written here before about the huge storm that’s spreading across so much of Saturn that it’s been readily visible even from Earth-based telescopes. Over the past couple of days a couple of new images of Saturn have appeared that show just how enormous the storm is today. Here’s one from the Cassini orbiter, which is, of course, in a better position than anybody else to view things happening on Saturn:Click to enlarge >Saturn’s northern ….
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