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  • Sharon Larsen

    5.6k Saturn Cassini Photographic Animation - First 1 minute of footage from In Saturn's Rings by Stephen van Vuuren. NEW VERSION HERE: http://vimeo.com/33933151 and new shots here: http://vimeo.com/34001144 Show this to the class!

  • Tom Butler

    excerpt is from an Imax movie that uses Cassini orbiter imagery of Saturn with no CGI.

  • Johmaris Longo

    Cassini Approaches Saturn.

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The footage in this little film was captured by the hardworking men and women at NASA with the Cassini Imaging Science System. That footage has been assembled artfully into a beautiful video...........http://vimeo.com/24410924

I'm surprised nobody has pinned this by now! Video footage from El Teide, the highest mountain in Spain, and one of the best places (As you will see) in the world to film/photograph stars and galaxies... if you've never seen this, I can honestly say you have probably never seen nature and the vast span of stars in our sky quite like this..

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The image was captured on Nov. 27, 2012, and, according to NASA is one of the first views of Saturn’s sunlit North pole. Colors in the image were adjusted. The green indicates low high clouds, while the red coloring indicates high low clouds. The image was taken from roughly 261,000 miles away from the planet.

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If Earth Had a Ring Like Saturn - it would look like this in Guatemala

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Why would clouds form a hexagon on Saturn? Nobody is sure. Originally discovered during the Voyager flybys of Saturn in the 1980s, nobody has ever seen anything like it anywhere else in the Solar System. If Saturn's South Pole wasn't strange enough with its rotating vortex, Saturn's North Pole might be considered even stranger. The bizarre cloud pattern is shown above in great detail by a recent image taken by the Saturn-orbiting Cassini spacecraft.

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