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Seasonal Variability of Saturn's Atmosphere

@inproceedings{YanamandraFisher2012SeasonalVO,
  title={Seasonal Variability of Saturn's Atmosphere},
  author={Padma Yanamandra-Fisher and Amy A. Simon and Marc Delcroix and Glenn S. Orton and Shirley Trinh},
  year={2012}
}
The seasonal variability of Saturn's clouds and weather layer, currently displaying a variety of phenomena (convective storms, planetary waves, giant storms and lightning-induced events, etc.) is not yet fully understood. Variations of Saturn's radiance at 5.2 microns, a spectral region dominated by thermal emission in an atmospheric window containing weak gaseous absorption, contain a strong axisymmetric component as well as large discrete features at low and mid-latitudes that are several… 
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