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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 24, 2017

Saturn Solstice Salutations! 🌞Summer starts today in the planet's northern hemisphere, home to the polar hexagon, seen here by ’s mission. This natural color view from April 2017 shows most of the hexagon's interior was covered in yellowish haze, and only the center of the polar vortex retained the blue color observed years before. Seasonal arrival of the sun's ultraviolet light triggers the formation of photochemical aerosols, leading to haze formation. The general yellowing of the polar region is believed to be caused by smog particles produced by increasing solar radiation shining on the polar region as Saturn approached the northern summer solstice on May 24, 2017. Credit: / JPL- /Space Science Institute/

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 17, 2017

Saturn's shadow on the rings grows shorter as the northern hemisphere advances toward summer, thanks to the planet's permanent tilt as it orbits the sun. This will continue until the solstice later this month. Then, the shadow will extend only as far as the innermost A ring. The image was taken in visible light with the Cassini spacecraft wide-angle camera on Feb. 3, 2017. The view was acquired at a distance of approximately 760,000 miles (1.2 million kilometers) from Saturn. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute craft

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Sunny day for the young one 😍🐴🌞🇧🇪

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 24, 2017

Who wants more of 's rings? Everyone? Of course you do. So HERE, taken by Sept 22, 2009. Also note some refraction going on due to sunlight hitting the ice particles in the rings! Inspires

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

"Vorrei ricordassi tra i drammi più brutti che il sole esiste per tutti" 🇩🇪

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 22, 2017

Så imponerad av Hausi!! Andra gången hon tränar på bortaplan 🦄🔆🌸

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Mesi di lavoro per celebrare il compleanno di un uomo straordinario, che viene qui ritratto in tutta la sua potenza espressiva ❤️

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 17, 2017

9-årig valack e. Boy - tävlad 130 hopp och lätt klass dressyr.

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 6, 2017

Cassini feeling good and our first ride outside this year!!😀😝 he's heading to the show Tuesday and we'll be showing in the high children's for the next 2 weeks👍

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

If you're heading to tonight come visit us at the Cassini Cellars table (we're also on page 8 in the booklet!) 📷 . . . cellars tasting

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

Saturn's moon Dione appears paper thin on May 23rd, 2017. Using uncalibrated infrared, green, and ultraviolet filters. NASA / JPL-CALTECH / SSI / Kevin M. Gill

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Capturing the essence of what we are innately made up of, stars, galaxies, and the cosmos We came from the infinite, we will return back to the infinite, the journey never ends.

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Esse é o polo norte de Saturno, em 2 períodos diferentes! Essas imagens em cor natural da sonda Cassini mostram como a cor da região norte do planeta mudou entre Junho de 2013 e Abril de 2017 (passe para o lado), conforme o hemisfério norte se aproximava do Solstício de Verão (dia mais longo de verão). 😮 Cientistas ainda estudam a fundo a causa das mudanças de cor, entretanto, é acreditado que seja devido as estações. A mudança para o tom mais dourado se dá devido ao aumento na produção de neblina fotoquímica na atmosfera, conforme esse polo recebe cada vez mais luz solar devido a sua atual estação (verão).

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

A Jovian Voyage 🛰 ( Vids: ) ( Sunshine - POWERS ) Craft Mission Mission nomy Voyage

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Picture taken of Saturn's moon Enceladus by the Cassini spacecraft s s

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Guten Abend meine Meine liebe ist heute wieder mit Cassandro gesprungen 😍😊 Ich hab mal ein paar kleine Szenen gefilmt 😬 Anfangs hat man schon etwas gemerkt, dass er "länger" nicht mehr gesprungen ist, aber er hat sich super schnell wieder zurecht gefunden. Ich bin doch jedes mal positiv überrascht wie toll er das macht und wie mutig er ist 😊 Ist eben doch ein Springpferd 🤷🏽‍♀️😬😅 s ism girl life sofinstagram sofig horse

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Erst gab es heute ein bisschen springgymnastik bei bestem Wetter,danach eine kleine Dusche und danach,weil es sooo schön ist und dreckige Pferde glückliche Pferde sind:ein kleines Sandbad🙈😄😍 und dann gings zu Mama im Garten grillen 😍🥂 horse 2 gestaltung

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

"Vorrei ricordassi tra i drammi più brutti che il sole esiste per tutti" 🇩🇪

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Zemlja kroz Saturnove prstenove

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017
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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

(ENG) The amazing hexagonal region of Saturn's north pole, filmed by NASA's Cassini spacecraft in April 2017. The hexagon has 13.800 km long sides and rotates in 10h 39m 24s. It probably formed because of a steep latitudinal gradient in the speed of atmospheric wind. Real color images. (ITA) La spettacolare regione esagonale del polo nord di Saturno, filmata dalla sonda Cassini della NASA in Aprile 2017. L'esagono ha lati lunghi circa 13.800 km e compie una rotazione ogni 10h 39m 24s. Si è formato probabilmente a causa di un forte gradiente latitudinale nella velocità dei venti atmosferici. Immagine in colori reali. [Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI/Hampton Univ.] craft

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

'Extinction' project website launch - today, right now: www.extinction.photo > blue dot image of Earth seen through Saturn's rings: reminds me why I started this photography project 10 years ago - humans must start doing a better job as of our , a very thin and beautiful layer around a speck of molten rock with a hard outer crust... that's it,

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on Hastag #cassini Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

my boy on his lunch break 1.5MP 🛰️

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