The Hubble Space Telescope of the attractions of summer on Saturn in the new image


The summer on Earth is a little different in the summer on Saturn.

The Hubble Space Telescope captured a very clear image surrounded the Earth on July 4, when Earth is 839 million miles from Earth, according to a statement from NASA.

Image shows the ring in specific detail, while also highlighting”some of the small storms”that come and go, with the annual observation of the Earth on the telescope.

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captured this image of Saturn on May 4, 2020. This image was taken as part of the exoplanet environment of heritage(stone)item. OPAL is to help scientists understand the atmosphere dynamics and evolution of our solar system's gas giant planets. In Saturn's case, astronomers continue to track the transfer of weather patterns and storms. (Credits: NASA, ESA, A. Simon(Goddard Space Flight Center), M. H. Wong(University of California, Berkeley), and the protein team)

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope captured this image of Saturn on May 4, 2020. This image was taken as part of the exoplanet environment of heritage(stone)item. OPAL is to help scientists understand the atmosphere dynamics and evolution of our solar system’s gas giant planets. In Saturn’s case, astronomers continue to track the transfer of weather patterns and storms. (Credits: NASA, ESA, A. Simon(Goddard Space Flight Center), M. H. Wong(University of California, Berkeley), and the protein team)

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