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CASSINI-HUYGENS Saturn's big storm

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posted on 2018-01-17, 11:44 authored by Leigh N. Fletcher
[First paragraph] In contrast to the dramatic meteorology of Jupiter, Saturn’s golden-yellow hues provide an air of calmness, with slow seasonal changes from wintry blues to summertime yellows as the temperatures, chemistry and hazes evolve over Saturn’s 29.5-year orbit. But, once every Saturnian year, a gigantic storm of billowing white cloud activity erupts from those serene cloud decks.

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Nature Astronomy, 2017, 1 (9), pp. 583-583 (1)

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Nature Astronomy

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2397-3366

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2017

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2018-03-05

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https://www.nature.com/articles/s41550-017-0246-6

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