The ice ring is eye-catching: The Hubble Space Telescope captures Saturn’s summer views.

According tomedia reports, Saturn also has seasons, but because of its distance from the sun, it takes a long time to cycle. Now the planet is in the middle of summer. NASA and ESA’s Hubble Space Telescope capture the summer beauty of Saturn’s northern hemisphere. “Hubble’s clear images show that multiple ribbons of cloud activity are heating up under direct sunlight,” NASA said in a press release Thursday. “

The ice ring is eye-catching: The Hubble Space Telescope captures Saturn's summer views.

It is reported that the telescope took this picture on July 4. This photo shows subtle changes in early observations, such as the red mist in the northern hemisphere, which may be caused by the heat of the summer sun.

Saturn’s ice rings have always been the planet’s biggest star. “How and when the halo formed remains one of the biggest mysteries in our solar system,” NASA said.

Saturn’s two moons show bright dots in dark space. Titan is on the right side of the planet, and Titan is below it.