Michael Mullenniex 1:43 p.m., May 25
Saturn storm. Since 1876 only 5 storms have been seen on the planet Saturn. This storm in the Northern hemisphere is beeing watched by the international Cassini spacecraft. The storm is visible from the Earthas the "Great White Spot". Linda Spilker of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory who is on the watch. Andrew Ingersall, planetary weather man at the California Institute of Technology is also watching the show. Jupiters, Great Red Spot a hurrican like storm which has ben raging for centuries is another interesting event. The Mars rover had to dodge storms and sought favorable areas to wait durring the Winter. The papers will be published in the July 7 issue of Journal Nature. Peter Reas of the University of Oxford is also writing an editorial on this subject.