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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!
Rodents of Unusual Size
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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