Recently released images from the Cassini spacecraft have revealed an enormous hurricane raging on Saturn’s north pole – with an eye that is a staggering 2,000km (1,250miles) across.
It’s the latest in a line of spectacular images captured by probes and telescopes scouring the solar system, which show that Earth isn’t the only planet with weather. Thanks to these observations, we know that Mars has huge passing sandstorms, Jupiter is battered by high-speed winds, Saturn's biggest moon has unusual rain showers, and Uranus has stormy, mysterious weather patterns.
Here is our selection of some of the most stunning images taken of storms in space.
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