Friday, November 10, 2006

Big Storm

Hurricane pictures from space are fascinating to me. They range from the blob of clouds to the mammoth and impressive, such as Katrina. Now imagine a hurricane that is 3000 miles across with winds in excess of 350 miles per hour. Thankfully it isn't here on Earth. It's at the south pole of Saturn, and it is not behaving like any hurricane we have seen before.

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