Jupiter's Great Red Spot is approximately minus 256 degrees Fahrenheit. The center of the spot is roughly 3 to 4 degrees warmer than the surrounding environment. More »

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The giant red spot on Jupiter is a 400-year-old storm raging in the atmosphere of Jupiter's southern hemisphere. Known as the Great Red Spot, the storm rotates counter-clockwise and is more than three times the size of E... More »

The Great Red Spot of Jupiter is a massive anticyclonic storm that is large enough to contain two or three Earth-sized planets. The storm has lasted at least 340 years and is large enough to be seen through Earth-based t... More »

The Great Red Spot of Jupiter is a massive anticyclonic storm that is large enough to contain two or three Earth-sized planets. The storm has lasted at least 340 years and is large enough to be seen through Earth-based t... More »

The planet Jupiter has an average temperature of -238 degrees Fahrenheit, but temperatures can reach as high as 36,000 degrees in its rocky core. There are also clouds on Jupiter that reach temperatures as low as -280 de... More »

The coldest temperature occurs in the clouds of Jupiter and is approximately minus 145 degrees Celsius, or minus 234 degrees Fahrenheit. Thick red, brown, yellow and white clouds cover the surface of Jupiter. More »

Although the temperature on Jupiter varies from its core to its outer atmosphere, the average climatic temperature on this planet is -234 degrees Fahrenheit. Jupiter is one of the gas giants, and the planet composition c... More »