Saturn's Strange Atmospheric Brew
The Cassini spacecraft on its mission to photograph Saturn and its moons recently exposed images of a hexagonal weather formation. Much like the recently discovered double helix nebula, this spectacle of cosmic "intelligent design" has been largely overlooked by the mainstream media.
Kevin Baines, an atmospheric expert for NASA, reports that nowhere else on any other planet has such a shape been seen. The pattern extends deep into the atmosphere at the pole and travels with the planet’s rotation rate. The shape may give scientists insight into the workings of the inner layers of the planet’s atmosphere and, perhaps, of the planet itself, which is shrouded in the mystery of its dense atmosphere. An earlier image of the south pole captured an image of a hurricane-like pattern in the shape of a human eye.Tweet