Monday, 14 December 2009

Spacial Geometry

I often think of nature as being very amorphous in its visual creations, but in truth there is a fair bit of order in what springs from the incomprehensible number of variables. These images from the Cassini probe of Saturn are another example of how seemingly non-natural formations can form quite naturally. The giant hexagon at Saturn's North pole is pretty cool, For more check SciPop's article and go from there.


[NASA's Cassini probe images of Saturn's hexagon via SciPop]

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