Storm on Saturn Hubble Space Telescope HST image of the planet Saturn showing a large storm system in its atmosphere The storm is seen as a large pale arrowheadshaped feature at centre The top of the storm cloud is made of ammonia ice crystals formed as upwelling warm gas reached the upper reaches of the atmosphere The arrowhead shape is due to the different wind velocities at different latitudes and extends about kilometres from east to west Large storms like this appear to occur in a cycle of about years Saturn years during summer in Saturns northern hemisphere
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