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I love it when science appears stranger than fiction. A huge storm at the Saturn's south pole has a hexagonal air current that has not been definitively explained, although large standing waves in the fluid of the atmosphere seem most likely. If someone had told you there was a hexagonal storm with each side over 13,000 km long, you'd not have believed it.

"And yet, it moves."

by Christopher Heiser on October 3 01:44
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