As the first anniversary of the climax of the Cassini mission approaches, the European Space Agency (ESA) has revealed the probe’s parting gift: evidence of a hundreds-of-kilometers tall, hexagonal vortex at Saturn’s north pole.
NASA’s Voyager mission first discovered the unusual northern polar structure in the 1980s but the Cassini mission afforded a more detailed, multi-wavelength perspective which unveiled the potential scale of this incredible structure – a high-altitude vortex with a hexagonal shape that extends hundreds of kilometers into the planet’s stratosphere.
Saturn’s stratosphere is where the majority of the planet’s weather systems interact.
Earth Sacred Geometry South Pole- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXawB…
A Tetrahedron Intersects Sphere at 19.4 degrees