The Biggest Storm Ever on a Small, Small World

The Biggest Storm Ever on a Small, Small World

Even in cases where tornadoes do not form, the supercell storm provides a spectacular deluge and incredible wind speeds. And guess what Cassini saw as it flew over Titan's south pole? Titan's south pole is in the process of forming a vortex that will very likely give rise to a southern polar hood as winter arrives! I can't help but marvel at this storm, rotating at 40 times the speed of Titan itself, and wonder at the titanic catastophes occurring on the world below. Can a storm on a world like this reach the surface?

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