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This series of images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft shows the development of the largest storm seen on the planet since 1990.
Chronicling Saturn's Northern Storm -- Annotated
The biggest, most long-lasting Saturnian storm seen by either NASA's Cassini or Voyager spacecraft roils the atmosphere of the gas giant in this nearly true-color mosaic of Cassini images. A second version of this mosaic is also included here.
Nearly True Color Storm Close-Up
These false-color mosaics from NASA's Cassini spacecraft chronicle the changing appearance of the huge storm that developed from a small spot in Saturn's northern hemisphere.
Encircling a Giant
The largest storm to ravage Saturn in decades started as a small spot seen in this image of Saturn.
Birth of a Behemoth Storm
Two natural color views of Saturn's huge storm taken 11 hours apart
Eleven Hours Later
These two false-color views from NASA's Cassini spacecraft show detailed patterns that change during one Saturn day within the huge storm in the planet's northern hemisphere.
Churning Psychedelia
Saturn's northern storm
Scenic Shock
False-color mosaic of the tail of Saturn's huge northern storm
Storm Tail in False Color
Huge storm on Saturn
Storm Head in False Color
Patterns that come and go in the course of one Saturn day within the huge storm in the planet's northern hemisphere.
Kaleidoscopic Rainbows
Spongy Hyperion
Saturn with shadows of Saturn's rings
Widening Southern Shadows
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