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Bizzare Eye Upstages Rings on Saturn

By: Rose A. Valenta - Published: Mar 28, 2007   Updated: Jun 23 2011 • References: us.video.aol and news.aol
Scientists have been getting strange photos of Saturn from the Cassini Spacecraft. The photos show a hexagon in the atmosphere at Saturn's North Pole, which hasn't changed much since Voyager I spotted it 26 years ago, and an eye, resembling a hurricane, at its south pole.

Atmospheric experts at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA, are baffled and will continue to study Saturn. Updated information will be forthcoming.

Implications - It is amazing how we can see images and videos from outer space with so much new technology. The featured video is super quick, but gives you a glimpse of "Saturn's eye" and what the scientists are currently trying to figure out. Saturn is a very mysterious planet where much of it is still unknown.