Saturn NASA Videos

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Cassini - 15 Years of Exploration
This video highlights sights and sounds from the journey of NASA's Cassini spacecraft. Cassini launched 15 years ago and has been exploring the Saturn system since 2004.

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Infrared Hotspots in a Monster Saturn Storm
This animation shows 'beacons' of hot air seen in the infrared that appeared during a great springtime storm on Saturn from January 2011 to March 2012.

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Mysterious Hurricane at Saturn's North Pole
Narrated video about a hurricane-like storm seen at Saturn's north pole by NASA's Cassini spacecraft.

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Saturn's Aurora in a New Light
A Cassini scientist explains the flickering 'northern lights' high above Saturn, shown for the first time in a visible-light movie.

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Saturnís Record-Setting Storm
Saturnís 2010 Great White Spot storm has set a new record for the largest atmospheric temperature change ever detected during a storm on the ringed planet. By studying the monstrous disturbance using NASA's Cassini spacecraft, researchers spotted a massive belch of energy that sent temperatures soaring to an unprecedented 150 degrees Fahrenheit above normal in Saturn's stratosphere, accompanied by an enormous release of ethylene gas.

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Saturn's Weirdest Ring
Images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft have revealed half-mile-sized (kilometer-sized) objects punching through parts of Saturn's F ring, leaving glittering trails behind them. These trails in the rings, which scientists are calling 'mini-jets,' fill in a missing link in our story of the curious behavior of the F ring.