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Saturn’s auroras put on a dazzling display of light. Scientists first observed Saturn’s auroras in 1979. Decades later, these shimmering ribbons of light still fascinate...

God's Power on Full Display! Saturn’s auroras put on a dazzling display of light. Scientists first observed Saturn’s auroras in Decades later, these shimmering ribbons of light still fascinate.

Exoplanet With Gigantic Rings 200 Times Bigger than Saturn's Discovered | IFLScience

Those are some HUGE rings! Artist’s conception of the extrasolar ring system circling the young giant planet or brown dwarf The rings are shown eclipsing the young sun-like star as they would have appeared in early Image credit: Ron Miller

A New Look at Saturn’s Northern Hexagon - Raw Cassini image captured on 26 Feb. 2013 (NASA/JPL/SSI) Freshly delivered from Cassini’s wide-angle camera, this raw image gives us another look at Saturn’s north pole and the curious hexagon-shaped jet stream that encircles it, as well as the spiraling vortex of clouds at its center. Back in November we got our first good look at Saturn’s north pole in years, now that Cassini’s orbit is once again taking it high over the ringplane.

Saturn’s Northern Hexagon captured on 26 Feb. Cassini’s wide-angle camera gives us another look at Saturn’s north pole and the curious hexagon-shaped jet stream that encircles it, as well as the spiraling vortex of clouds at its center.

Exoplanet With Gigantic Rings 200 Times Bigger than Saturn's Discovered | IFLScience

Those are some HUGE rings! Artist’s conception of the extrasolar ring system circling the young giant planet or brown dwarf The rings are shown eclipsing the young sun-like star as they would have appeared in early Image credit: Ron Miller

A New Look at Saturn’s Northern Hexagon - Raw Cassini image captured on 26 Feb. 2013 (NASA/JPL/SSI) Freshly delivered from Cassini’s wide-angle camera, this raw image gives us another look at Saturn’s north pole and the curious hexagon-shaped jet stream that encircles it, as well as the spiraling vortex of clouds at its center. Back in November we got our first good look at Saturn’s north pole in years, now that Cassini’s orbit is once again taking it high over the ringplane.

Saturn’s Northern Hexagon captured on 26 Feb. Cassini’s wide-angle camera gives us another look at Saturn’s north pole and the curious hexagon-shaped jet stream that encircles it, as well as the spiraling vortex of clouds at its center.

Quasar- this is a black hole that is the brightest object in the universe and is thousands of times brighter than the stars in a galaxy combined! Light is shot out of either end in extremely long distances. The light we see coming from these today is very old meaning there are no quasars recently. They are all from far away but a new one can appear at any moment

Quasar- a black hole, brightest object in the universe, thousands of times brighter than the stars in a galaxy combined! Light is shot out of either end to extremely long distances. Light visible today is very old

Saturn’s auroras put on a dazzling display of light. Scientists first observed Saturn’s auroras in 1979. Decades later, these shimmering ribbons of light still fascinate...

God's Power on Full Display! Saturn’s auroras put on a dazzling display of light. Scientists first observed Saturn’s auroras in Decades later, these shimmering ribbons of light still fascinate.

The surface area of Saturn's moon Mimas is slightly less than the land area of Spain and is composed of water ice with only a small amount of rock.  Yet Saturn's resonances with Mimas, and Mimas' resonances with other orbiting satellites are instrumental in the formation of Saturn's rings.

Tranquil The surface area of Saturn's moon Mimas is composed of water ice with only a small amount of rock. Yet Saturn's resonances with Mimas, and Mimas' resonances with other orbiting satellites are instrumental in the formation of Saturn's rings.