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Although it might look like a lot of the other images you’ve seen of Saturn, there’s far more to this picture than meets the eye.
This mosaic of images taken from 2004 to 2013 the shutter-snapping Cassini spacecraft shows the most detailed look at the famous lakes on the surface of Saturn’s moon, Titan. Thought to be filled with methane and ethane, the lakes are the only areas filled with standing liquid in the entire solar system except, of course, for Earth.
What’s blue and gold and has six sides? If you said a “blue and gold hexagon”, congratulations, you’re a genius! But you’d be an even bigger genius if you’d said “the Hexagon”, the nickname for a massive, yet orderly-shaped jetstream that hovers over Saturn’s north pole. While it was discovered back in the early 80s, it’s only recently that NASA has been able to snap high-res photos of it with colour filters.
The first time you see this latest picture of Saturn, you’ll probably think it’s fake. The rings are too perfectly round. The swirling surface of the planet is too smooth. The shadows are too sharp. But it’s all real, thanks to the Cassini spacecraft and a Croatian software developer with too much time on his hands.