A different sort of “Saturno”

Wow.  Look at the colors.

False light images of Saturn with its aurora

False light images of Saturn with its aurora

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5 Responses to A different sort of “Saturno”

  1. Iconophilios says:

    Splendid.

  2. Eric says:

    Thanks to you Father, I got out my kid’s telescope the night before last and we were able to see at least four of Jupiter’s moons, maybe five.

    Really cool.

    Thanks for the head’s up!

  3. irishgirl says:

    Wow-that’s amazing! The colors!

    ‘Stars [and planets] of heaven, bless the Lord: praise and exalt Him above all forever’!

  4. asophist says:

    I notice the aurora around Saturn’s pole appears to have a rather square outline. I suppose this is somehow related to the hexagonal cloud patterns seen at the poles in other photos? How God’s wonders abound!