This is just wow. It's part of a long sequence Cassini took, staring at Saturn's north pole. When? Today.
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Raw image of Saturn's north polar vortex
This photo looking down onto Saturn's summer north pole was taken on 27 November 2012 from a distance of 361,000 kilometers through an infrared (CB2) filter. It has been filtered to reduce noise from cosmic ray hits and JPEG compression.