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Spectacular new images from a NASA spacecraft orbiting Saturn have captured the most detailed views ever of an enormous hurricane churning around the ringed planet's north pole.

The stunning new images and video of the Saturn hurricane, which were taken by NASA's Cassini probe, show that the storm's eye is 1,250 miles (2,000 kilometers) wide

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It looks like someone turned on the Event Horizon!

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Damn... that's big

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Hope they have good insurance on Saturn.

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While the Saturn hurricane is larger and more powerful than Earth hurricanes, storms on the two planets are alike in some ways. For example, both have central eyes containing very low clouds or no clouds at all, researchers said.

I wonder if it would be possible to fly into they eye?

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I wonder if it would be possible to fly into they eye?

They probably wouldn't appreciate that :p

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I wonder if it would be possible to fly into they eye?

Possible -- I wouldn't count on coming out alive. :laugh:

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They probably wouldn't appreciate that :p

Probably not. :D

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That hurricane has hurricanes :|

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