Thursday, July 7, 2011

Why There's No Fly Fishing On Saturn

Click on photo for full size image.

This massive storm, five times larger than any previously observed storm, has wrapped completely around the northern hemisphere of Saturn, covering 1.5 billion square miles, many times more than the surface of Earth.


Radio signals of lightning strikes record 10 strikes per second, but that's the maximum number per second the equipment is capable of recording, so there are likely many more strikes occurring.

I'm pretty sure I'd leave the float tube in the shed and stay home.

No comments:

Post a Comment