One of the solar system’s largest — and perhaps the most geometric — storm systems surrounds the north pole of Saturn. This prominent feature of Saturn’s atmosphere not only appears as a geometric hexagonal pattern, but it has also sported a distinctive blue hue, contrasting with the pale golden atmosphere that makes up the rest of Saturn’s clouds to the south. But recently, it has been found that the region has made a dramatic chromatic shift, turning from its typical blue color, to gold.
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