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  1. Citation: https://www.nasa.gov/jpl/cassini/saturn-north-pole-hexagon-20131204i.html

    Some info from NASA: this is the Saturnian north pole, artificially colored. To the human eye, it would appear blue and grey. Note how the center vortex spins counterclockwise while many of the orbiting hurricanes spin clockwise. The largest of the the these orbiter storms span 2200 miles, twice the size of the largest hurricane on Earth.

    I love how soupy it looks.

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