Dragon Storm (astronomy)
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Dragon Storm (dubbed so in September 2004 because of its unusual shape) is a large, bright and complex convective storm in Saturn's southern hemisphere. It appears to be long-lived and periodically flares up to produce dramatic white plumes that then subside. The storm is a strong source of radio emissions.
- NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day: Saturn's Dragon Storm (25 February 2005)
- NASA article on Dragon Storm
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