Faces in the clouds of Saturn?

Strange faces in the Saturn sky?

Strange faces in the Saturn sky?

You be the judge.

An infrared camera on Nasa’s Cassini probe has pictured an aurora lighting up Saturn’s polar cap. Scientists say its form and location are unexpected. Auroras arise when charged particles from the Sun stream into the atmosphere – a phenomenon well understood on Earth.

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About Bolshy

Blogging in the ether to see if that elusive literary agent or publisher wants some new talent.
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0 Responses to Faces in the clouds of Saturn?

  1. God is everywhere!
    Oh, I am sooooooo excited!

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