How does the north pole of Saturn look like in a storm

On his last birthday, the Cassini spacecraft took a landmark shot of the north pole of Saturn, during another storm. The picture was published the other day by NASA.

SaturnIf you remember, the days of Cassini come to an end. So the photo dated April 26th can rightfully be considered one of the best in the last moments of his life. Of course, the very last picture will still eclipse this, whatever it is.

Until September 15, 2017, there is still time, we hope for new photos from Cassini and look at the unique photo of the north pole of the gas giant in a powerful storm. Unlike Earth analogs, the storm on Saturn is closer to the eruption of the volcano and has an almost regular shape of the hexagon.

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