Saturn's Monster Storm Resembles Hurricane on Earth

NASA's Cassini spacecraft captures images of a hurricane-like storm at Saturn's north pole.
1:35 | 04/30/13

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I am Indian -- -- a member of the Cassini imaging team. She has been in orbit around -- for nine years and we've been following this -- cigar which surrounds the North Pole. It's bigger than to -- and it's wandering jet stream. It's been winter in the north so we have not been able to -- puts it to center of the accident. And how it's spring. And what we found at the center of the Pentagon is a Saturn hurricane. This is a view from directly over the north. Poll which is made possible by the -- -- -- spacecraft which is now taking us over the polls. The -- -- are slowing its 300 miles an hour which is four times hurricane force. The fluffy white clouds in the senate are about the size of Texas. We can use special. Filters to measure the height of the cars and red -- -- clowns in the -- yeah. We caught a Saturn hurricane because it has the -- it has a high winds but it's different senators hurricanes -- his walk to the North Pole. And unlike -- wrestler -- there's no ocean. Under the -- are trying to. Figure out.

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