Cassini captured a giant vortex on Saturn
Through the Cassini images, made on November 27 this year, can now be considered in more detail a huge whirlwind raging on Saturn. The image below was made at a time when the machine is at a distance of 383 km from the planet's surface.
Due to the movement of clouds in black and white sometimes fuzzy.
At the other color image created from multiple images can be seen the same whirlwind, only from a different point.
The photographs shown central vortex at the north pole of Saturn. Around him there is a huge hexagonal formation, which in the pictures above is invisible. Hexagon Saturn has a diameter of about 25 thousand. Km. It can be seen in another image, also received on 27 November.