Tag: Cassini
saturn-hurricane

The Cassini spacecraft took this image of a large hurricane on Saturn’s North Pole. The eye of this hurricane (that’s the very center) measures 2000 km wide (that’s approximately¬†1242.74 miles).

Stop what you’re doing and watch this incredible short video made by Chris Abbas using nothing but footage captured by NASA’s Cassini Imaging Science System.

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Image courtesy of NASA The Big Picture has some images of the Cassini spacecraft flying by Saturn and its moons. The photos have traveled an incredible 870 million miles in space just to get to us. If you want more photos, NASA is curating a selection of images at BoingBoing from the Cassini spacecraft.