Image-wise: Saturn's Great White Spot

The Great White Spot, which occurs about once every 30 Earth years, is a windy, towering cloud of ammonia and water spewing out super jolts of thunder and lightning. The storm is about 10,000 times stronger than those on Earth.

via The L.A. Times

Image: NASA spacecraft Cassini 

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