Frosty morning, Aldridge, Walsall, England
Though best known for its rings, Saturn has another unusual - and unusually beautiful - feature. As you can see in spectacular new video footage taken by NASA’s Saturn-orbiting space probe Cassini, the giant gaseous planet also sports a powerful six-sided jet stream that astronomers call “the hexagon.” The hexagon packs 200 mph winds and spans 20,000 miles across the planet’s north pole. At its center is a giant rotating storm. The hexagon is just a current of air, and many weather features that share similarities to this are notoriously turbulent and unstable. A hurricane on Earth typically lasts a week, but this particular storm has existed for decades, maybe centuries. The images that make up the video, taken over a 10 hour period, are the first made using color filters that differentiate between the large and small haze particles that make up the hexagon.
Think about the energy that is required to produce this. Think about the vibrations which could give rise to something so magical, and to do it in such a consistent way that the phenomenon can last centuries and span tens of thousands of miles.
The Universe is just full of energies we do not fully comprehend, undiscovered frequencies just beyond the horizon, all interacting constantly and Creating new patterns. As we understand these Universal patterns, we will learn more about ourselves as Divine Humans… just as our Growth as Divine Humans gives us new Perspectives which illuminate our understanding of the Universe. And long before we ever understand a given phenomenon intellectually or spiritually, our bodies do allow one magnificent, immediately gratifying and nearly instantaneous Moment: We can See the Beauty in it.
Oh my dear the Universe never fails to surprise me.