The Glowering Red Eye of A Saturn Hurricane

This picture, taken by the Cassini space probe, is a storm raging on Saturn's north pole. The swirling hurricane is 2000 kilometers (1200 miles) across! It's not really red; but false color gives us a better look at what's going on. Read more about the storm at Bad Astronomy. Link

(Image credit: NASA)

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