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Spectacular Saturn Storm Photo: Cassini. CassiniCredit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI This spectacular photo of a polar storm on Saturn was taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft on Nov. 27, 2012. It is a raw and unprocessed image.

Triton, the largest moon of Neptune

The above picture of Triton, Neptune’s moon was taken in 1989 by the only spacecraft ever to pass Triton: Voyager 2. Voyager 2 found fascinating terrain, a thin atmosphere, and even evidence for ice volcanoes on this world of peculiar orbit and spin. Ironically, Voyager 2 also confirmed the existence of complete thin rings around Neptune.

NASAs Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter took this image of the larger of Mars two moons, Phobos, from a distance of about 6,800 km (about 4,200 miles).

Flowing Barchan Sand Dunes on Mars (Apr 22 2012) Image Credit: HiRISE, MRO, LPL (U. Arizona), NASA When does Mars act like a liquid? Although liquids freeze and evaporate quickly into the thin atmosphere of Mars, persistent winds may make large sand dunes appear to flow and even drip like a liquid. Visible on the above image right are two flat top mesas in southern Mars when the season was changing from Spring to Summer. A light dome topped hill is also visible on the far left of the image.

The planet Saturn, imaged in natural light by the Cassini Spacecraft on October 10th, 2013.

Looking like a spiders web swirled into a spiral, the galaxy IC 342 presents its delicate pattern of dust in this image from NASAs Spitzer Space Telescope. Seen in infrared light, the faint starlight gives way to the glowing bright patterns of dust found throughout the galaxys disk.

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Saturn Vortex Storm Close-Up: Cassini. This spectacular photo of a polar storm on Saturn was taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft on Nov. 27, 2012. It is a raw and unprocessed image.

Saturn and its moon Thetys

Rings of Saturn from Cassini.

A visual look at some of the spacecraft's biggest moments over the last 36 years.

The spectacular rings of Saturn cast dark shadows on the ringed planet as the winter season approaches in Saturn's southern hemisphere in this view from the Cassini spacecraft. With the cold season comes a blue hue on Saturn that is likely caused by a drop in ultraviolet sunlight and haze it produces. This image was taken on July 29, 2013 and released on Dec. 23.

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Saturn Storm

Rings of #Saturn

"Saturn's mysterious northern vortex, a vast hexagon-shaped storm, dominates this photo taken Nov. 27, 2012, by NASA's Cassini spacecraft. This image is a raw and unprocessed view. (NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute)"


|| Saturn’s moon Mimas. Flyby photos taken by Cassini spacecraft.

Cassini picture of Saturn: no it's not fictitious. This is essentially a solar eclipse: the sun is "behind" Saturn as viewed from Saturn's far-side. Truly a spectacular.