SS: in august of 2009 a comet was seen impacting through saturn’s F-ring. it’s orbit appears to be a cometary orbit around a planet before impact into the planet. as can see the orbit is identical to comet sl9 (shoemaker-levy 9) impact into jupiter .. all comets that are on an impact course travel this same orbit over the north pole and slam into the southern hemisphere of the planet. this is confirmation of my polestars science cometary impact orbits. it is easy to see how the andromeda brown dwarf was so well impacted by moon sized iceballs during protostar nova due to its own brown dwarf gravity pulled them into itself and into mars . these comets that impacted jupiter and saturn both impacted into the radioactive plasma cores producing phenomena .

SS: since this comet was on an impact collision course with saturn in 2009 while the massive dragon storm started in 2010 when V1 Ikeya-Murakami OUTBURST near Saturn . a comet orbit around jupiter takes two years when seen at the north pole before impacting into planet. i think it is possible that this comet we see in an impacting orbit around saturn could have impacted one year later and cause the massive saturn storm we saw come ten years early that lasted an entire year . i believe i have solved how the saturn dragon storm came ten years early and forceful the comet impacting the radioactive plasma core cause vortex megastorm.

SS: i believe this impactor further confirms that the gas giants have radioactive plasma cores rather than rocky cores theorized by NASA. and i believe this impactor along with the SL9 impactors proves that the brown dwarf pulled the comets into itself during the proto-star nova. comets are radioactive plasma ejected by the sun. brown dwarfs eject small amount of plasma compared to a star and stops completely after it has completed its fueling phase. that is the reason why brown dwarfs only form one planet in their orbits. these comet impacts are reaching the plasma cores of the gas giants and causing the plasma cores to react displaying the phenomena we have been seeing .

Punching through the F Ring 08.07.09 As Saturn approaches its August 2009 equinox, a shadow is cast by a narrow, vertically extended feature in the F ring.  Scientists are working to understand the origin of structures such as this one, but they think this image may show the shadow of an object on an inclined orbit which has punched through the F ring and dragged material along in its path.

Updrafts of Large Ammonia Crystals in Saturn Storm clouds of large ammonia ice particles dredged up by a powerful storm in Saturn’s northern hemisphere. Large updrafts dragged ammonia gas upward more than 30 miles (50 kilometers) from below. The ammonia then condensed into large crystals in the frigid upper atmosphere. This storm is the most violent ever observed at Saturn by an orbiting spacecraft.

Saturn Storm Creates Largest and Hottest Vortex Ever Seen in Solar System October 25, 2012 But since May 2011, researchers have been watching two warm spots in Saturn’s clouds using NASA’s Cassini spacecraft and several Earth-based telescopes. Such spots appear periodically and were expected to cool down after a month. Instead, the hotspots merged and produced a colossal cyclone, briefly exceeding even Jupiter’s famous Great Red Spot in size and brightness.

Temperatures in the storm skyrocketed to 150 degrees Fahrenheit, and a huge amount of ethylene – a colorless and odorless gas not typically seen on Saturn — suddenly appeared. The merging hotspots produced 100 times more ethylene than scientists thought possible on Saturn and no one knows where it came from. An odd soupy mixture of gases was also spotted encircling the vortex.

Ethylene: The Ripening Hormone Ethylene is a small hydrocarbon gas. It is naturally occurring, but it can also occur as a result of combustion and other processes. You can’t see or smell it. Some fruit will produce ethylene as ripening begins. Apples and pears are examples of fruit that produce ethylene with ripening. Ethylene is responsible for the changes in texture, softening, color, and other processes involved in ripening.

This Dec. 24, 2010 picture from the Cassini orbiter shows a huge storm on Saturn as a bright-colored whirl on the planet’s disk. The raw, unprocessed image, which was received and released today, also shows the dark shadows of Saturn’s rings on the disk. NASA / JPL / SSI

This image was taken on April 23, 2012 and received on Earth April 24, 2012. The camera was pointing toward SATURN-ERING at approximately 2,843,642 kilometers away, and the image was taken using the CL1 and CL2 filters. This image has not been validated or calibrated. A validated/calibrated image will be archived with the NASA Planetary Data System in 2013. (NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute)