|This image of Saturn, taken by the Voyager 1 spacecraft on Oct. 18, 1980, was color-enhanced to increase the visibility of large, bright features in Saturn's North Temperate Belt. It is believed that these spots might closely resemble gigantic convective storms (similar to, but much larger than thunderstorms in Earth's atmosphere) with upwelling from deep within Saturn's atmosphere. Similar features have been seen on Jupiter. Photo used with permission from NASA.|
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