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Hubble Views Saturn's Northern/Southern Lights
Only about once every 15 years are the rings edge-on
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Well, the rings are always edge-on, it's just in relation to the Sun's equator.
Additionally, I wonder if the aurorae are hexagonally shaped, too...
No they arent
IT HAS BEGUN!
It's Saturn's birfday!
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It's the Saturnalia!
Quick, everyone, get naked except for your southern lights.
Blue balls in space.
Saturn is the second greatest planet in the solar system, next to America.
interesting how @ :14 the activity on north and south poles are almost mirror images of each other
SATURN LOOKS SOOOOOO COOOOL!
Damn, Saturn sure is a noisy planet.
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