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I know but water in gas form is called steam.. and clouds here on earth. I asked this because the question raises that here on earth hurricanes are fed by water. And so you can also see clouds in upper layer.
I'm waiting for the day robotic spacecraft carry a regular colour digital camera, to take regular true-colour images, like we do on Earth.
Some more stunning images at the link
Some great pics, enjoy ATS
what's that supposed to be at the top corner? a solar panel, is it?
how can the vast distance and the very near foreground be both
in focus at the same time?
This older, colour composite image - showing false shades - has been created from raw images taken by Cassini from a distance of 379,268 miles away
so it is a composite, showing false shades, but why include the solar panel?
I think it is all false and these are false images.
hexagonal storms indeed!
I know, I know. the government (and nasa) always are truthful and honest.edit on 18/10/2013 by UpEndedWorld because: (no reason given)