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Saturn's south pole in the infraredA prominent dark spot marks Saturn's South Pole. The Cassini spacecraft took this contrast-enhanced image on July 13, 2004, through a filter sensitive to infrared wavelengths. Cassini was 3.1 million miles (5 million kilometers) from Saturn at the time....

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