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Saturn's hexagonal polar jet stream shines with the glow of reflected sunlight in this image taken by our Cassini spacecraft.

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The sunlight falling on Saturn’s north pole, which is just enough to allow us to image and study the region, does not provide much warmth. In addition to being low in the sky (just like summer at Earth's poles), the sun is nearly ten times as distant from Saturn as from Earth and is only about 1 percent as intense as on Earth. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute
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