Dyudina, U.A., Ingersoll, A.P., Ewald, S.P. (2007). "Aurora at the North Pole of Saturn as seen by Cassini ISS." Eos Trans. AGU 88(52) Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P31A-0188.

Cassini ISS saw the visible aurora at Saturn for the first time. Brighter parts of the auroral circle are seen at latitude ~75 N. We will compare the brightness and structure of the aurora at several wavelengths, including the broadband clear filter, H-alpha (656 nm),Near-IR (825-925 nm), and UV (300-370 nm). We will discuss temporal variation of the aurora between several Cassini observations separated by months.