We dare you to name a solar system feature that's wackier than Saturn's hexagon.

The storm at Saturn's north pole is hexagon-shaped, double the width of the Earth in diameter, and changes color over time.

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NASA's @CassiniSaturn spacecraft studied the hexagonal storm for years, but it was first spotted by Voyager 2 in 1981. ๐Ÿช

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