NASA’s Juno just snapped an incredible photo of twin storms on Jupiter


jupiter red spot photo

Big storms here on Earth are capable of tearing down power lines
and even toppling structures, but no weather pattern you’ve
experienced this planet holds a candle to the colossal storms of
Jupiter. The gas giant is well known for its incredible swirling
vortexes that last centuries, and a new photo captured by NASA’s
Juno spacecraft shows off a pair of the largest Jupiter storms
getting very close.

The image features Jupiter’s iconic Great Red Spot as well as a
smaller but still massive storm called Oval BA, which has been
going through a series of dramatic changes over the past couple of
decades.


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NASA’s Juno just snapped an incredible photo of twin storms on
Jupiter
originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 21 Jan 2019 at 22:05:57 EDT.
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NASA’s Juno just snapped an incredible photo of twin storms on Jupiter