First Images of Giant Hurricane Swallowing Saturn

April 30 (Bloomberg) -- NASA's Cassini craft has captured the first images of a giant hurricane hovering above Saturn's atmosphere. The eye of the storm is 1,250 miles wide -- that's 20 times the size of the average on Earth, according to the agency. Because the storm is on Saturn, it's not filled with water, just water vapor.
SpaceX Rocket Explosion: What Went Wrong?
16:31 - Lori Garver, general manager of the Air Line Pilots Association and former deputy administrator at NASA, Chris Hadfield, astronaut and author, and Revolution Ventures' Clara Sieg discuss the explosion of a SpaceX rocket minutes after takeoff, the second failure in the U.S. program in less than a year. They speak with Bloomberg's Cory Johnson on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
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