As NASA's Juno probe flew over Jupiter on July 10th, it snapped photographs of the planet's most iconic feature, the Great Red Spot. Following is a transcript of the video. This is our closest ...
What's in a name? Well, for the amateur astronomers and scientists fixated on Jupiter, there's been a recent need to describe its iconic storm as more than just a great red spot. Here on Earth ...
The Great Red Spot is a persistent high-pressure region in the atmosphere of Jupiter, producing an anticyclonic storm, the largest in the Solar System, 22 degrees south of the planet's equator.It has been continuously observed since 1830. Earlier observations from 1665 to 1713 are believed to be of the same storm; if this is correct, it has existed for at least 350 years.
Changing Face. One of the solar system’s most iconic landmarks is about to vanish. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, a gigantic storm more than twice the size of the Earth, has persisted for centuries.
Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is being chipped away. The planet-circling jet stream around it is ‘flaking’ off sections — some bigger than 10,000km — of the weakening bright orange-red swirl.
Jupiter's trademark Great Red Spot may be shrinking, but it's not going down without a fight. Amazing new maps of the Jupiter by the Hubble Space Telescope reveal that the Great Red Spot, a ...
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The Great Red Spot has been there for a while, but scientists still struggle identify what causes its swirl of reddish hues. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot: A Swirling Mystery
Data collected by NASA's Juno spacecraft during its first pass over Jupiter's Great Red Spot in July 2017 indicate that this iconic feature penetrates well below the clouds. Data collected by NASA's Juno spacecraft during its first pass over Jupiter's Great Red Spot in July 2017 indicate that this iconic feature penetrates well below the clouds.