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(The Planetary Society)   Cassini returns spectacular shots of the hexagonal polar rings of Saturn   (planetary.org) divider line 6
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2012-11-28 09:01:39 AM
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I realize that pop science has a place in culture, but writing like "This is just wow" dumbs it down a little too far.
2012-11-28 03:12:15 PM
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img1.fantasticfiction.co.uk
2012-11-28 12:00:46 PM
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planetary.s3.amazonaws.com

What the heck is up with her neck?
2012-11-28 11:18:27 AM
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The coolest part about the hexagon is how it can be explained with fluid mechanics, and demonstrated in small scale.
2012-11-28 10:19:13 AM
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duckpoopy: I realize that pop science has a place in culture, but writing like "This is just wow" dumbs it down a little too far.


Let me try!

That image is spectacular, and all credit to the talented engineers who allowed it to be taken.

/Better?
2012-11-28 10:00:47 AM
1 votes:

duckpoopy: I realize that pop science has a place in culture, but writing like "This is just wow" dumbs it down a little too far.


At least she didn't say it's embiggenly cromulently wowserino zaboinga.

Also, that hexagon is so bizarre. Who would have imagined?
 
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