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    Auroras of Saturn - Saturnian auroras can change not only with the angle of the Sun, but also as the planet rotates. Furthermore, some auroral changes appear related to waves in Saturn's magnetosphere likely caused by Saturn's moons. This is a false-colored image that shows Saturn in three bands of infrared light:

    Saturn Storm

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    Rings of Saturn

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    Saturn’s Southern Aurora, taken 18-10-2013

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    Saturn I

    Orbital Sunrise

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    Saturn

    Auroras on Saturn, captured by the Hubble Telescope. This planet, Saturn, it's called the Teacher Planet...ask me about it....all the Scorpios have had it for the past 2 years, and still, half year to go...Feel free to comment, if you are a Scorpio and felt this Lady Saturn lately...She comes every 28 years, I guess, but boy, when she comes, she does massive cleaning....

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    ♥ Ross Berens: Under the Milky Way posters - Saturn

    NASA uploaded a bunch of sweet photos onto flickr. "Apollo 11 Launched Via the Saturn V Rocket-High Angle View"

    The Three Nebulas

    Most bright stars in our Milky Way Galaxy reside in a disk. Since our Sun also resides in this disk, these stars appear to us as a diffuse band that circles the sky.

    Saturn

    Saturn:)

    This was the first image of Saturn's ultraviolet aurora taken by the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS) on board the Hubble Space Telescope in October 1997.