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www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2018/04/jupiter-shrinking-great-red-spot/...

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is shrinking, and has been for decades. The earliest observations of a massive, red spot on the face of Jupiter date back as far as the 1600s. Astronomers don’t know ...

www.inverse.com/article/34414-jupiter-great-red-spot-shrinking

The Great Red Spot is shrinking. There is no question that the solar system’s most famous storm is considerably smaller than it was 40 years ago. When the Voyager spacecraft flew by Jupiter in ...

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Hubble's Jupiter and the Shrinking Great Red Spot Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble, OPAL Program, STScI; Processing: Karol Masztalerz. Explanation: What will become of Jupiter's Great Red Spot? Gas giant Jupiter is the solar system's largest world with about 320 times the mass of planet Earth.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Red_Spot

Jupiter's Great Red Spot rotates counter-clockwise, with a period of about six Earth days or fourteen Jovian days. Measuring 16,350 km (10,160 mi) in width as of 3 April 2017, Jupiter's Great Red Spot is 1.3 times the diameter of Earth. The cloud-tops of this storm are about 8 km (5.0 mi) above the surrounding cloud-tops.

cosmosmagazine.com/space/jupiter-s-great-red-spot-is-shrinking

The Great Red Spot, a storm larger than the Earth and powerful enough to tear apart smaller storms that get drawn into it, is one of the most recognisable features in Jupiter’s atmosphere and ...

www.space.com/30827-jupiter-great-red-spot-shrinking-amazing-video.html

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 ...

news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/02/jupiter-great-red-spot-disappear-10-years...

Jupiter's Great Red Spot is one of the most well-known features in our solar system. But it may not always be around. ... But if you measure the rate at which the Great Red Spot has been shrinking

setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=84285

The shrinking of Jupiter's Great Red Spot may be due to a phenomenon like eye-wall replacement in a typhoon or hurricane. However, no matter has been observed moving inward, as happens in these instances, only outward. There also seem to be changes in the cloud band surrounding the Great Red Spot.

www.nasa.gov/.../goddard/2018/jupiters-great-red-spot-getting-taller-as-it-shrinks

Jupiter's Great Red Spot has been shrinking for a century and a half. Jupiter's Great Red Spot has been shrinking for a century and a half. ...