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Thanks to the Hubble Space Telescope, here's a rare look at Saturn's north and south poles, as it takes "almost 30 years to orbit the Sun, and during that time such a picture opportunity occurs only twice." Video after the break.

The images show glowing aurorae flickering at each pole - Saturn's equivalent of the Northern and Southern Lights on Earth.
[via Dailymail]

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