This graphic shows a gap in a protoplanetary disk around the nearby red dwarf star TW Hydrae. At left is a Hubble Space Telescope image showing a gap about billion miles away from the star; the graphic at right shows the gap relative to the star.
"Saturn, the sixth planet from the Sun, was named after the Roman God Saturn. The planet Saturn is a gas giant and one of the Jovian planets." Researching the conditions and colours of Saturn, Sun Ra's supposed home planet (Cora Clarke for TT Brief)
ESA/Hubble Flashback: An Infrared View Of Saturn. Feel free to share! This false-colour image of Saturn, taken with Hubble's Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer (NICMOS), shows the planet's reflected infrared light.
Saturn, as seen by Cassini in October, / JPL / SSI / processed by Bill Dunford Polar Serenity-The Cassini spacecraft looks down on the north pole of Saturn. The scene is serene only from a distance--raging storms are clearly visible in the atmosphere.