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Hubble/IRTF Composite Image of Jupiter Storms The background image is from Hubble Space Telescope and shows the turbulent pattern generated by the two plumes on May 2007

The Great Red Spot of Jupiter SHRINKING ~ A storm that's been raging for over 300 years, it's three times the size of the entire Earth. NASA's recent Hubble Space Telescope observations confirm the Great Red Spot now is approximately 10,250 miles across, less than half the size of some historical measurements. Hubble's images over a span of decades show that the Great Red Spot is SHRINKING.  NASA's Juno spacecraft is hurtling toward Jupiter now, due to reach the giant planet in July 2016…

thedemon-hauntedworld: “ Jupiter close up credit: NASA ”The Great Red Spot of Jupiter. Actually a storm that's been raging for over 300 years, it's three times the size of the entire Earth.

Jupiter Storms, Katy Scudieri Hard ground etching, Prussian blue ink

Jupiter Storms, Katy Scudieri Hard ground etching, Prussian blue ink

Great Red Spot, Spotted! Citizens Create Incredible Images of Jupiter Storm By Calla Cofield, Space.com Staff Writer | July 13, 2017 04:15pm ET

After its historic flyby, NASA’s Juno spacecraft has sent us our closest images ever of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot.

NASA’s Juno spacecraft passed a few thousand miles above the gargantuan storm, revealing intricate patterns of swirling clouds.

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Gets Its Close-Up

This is not a Van Gogh painting, you’re looking at a color-enhanced image of a massive, raging storm in Jupiter’s northern hemisphere. This spectacular image was captured by NASA’s Juno spacecraft during its ninth close flyby about 6,281 miles from the tops of the clouds of Jupiter.   (Image Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstädt/ Seán Doran)

This is not a Van Gogh painting, you’re looking at a color-enhanced image of a massive, raging storm in Jupiter’s northern hemisphere. This spectacular image was captured by NASA’s Juno spacecraft.

Another Jupiter Storm Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstadt/Sean Doran NASA's Juno spacecraft caught a a dynamic storm swirling at the southern edge of Jupiter's Northern polar region. It has been tracked since at least 1993, and it is known as the (not particularly catchy) North North Temperate Little Red Spot 1.

A processed version of an image created by Gerald Eichstädt

The crimson clouds of Jupiter's Great Red Spot are more hypnotic than ever thanks to images created by citizen scientists using data from NASA's Juno probe at Jupiter.

On July the Juno spacecraft once again swung near to Jupiter's turbulent cloud tops in its looping 53 day orbit around the Solar System's ruling gas giant. About 11 minutes after perijove its closest …

Take A Moment To Marvel At This Jaw-Dropping Image Of Jupiter's Storms

This incredibly gorgeous photo of Jupiter will mesmerize you — Clotheshorse

Jupiter Storms, Katy Scudieri Hard ground etching

Jupiter Storms, Katy Scudieri Hard ground etching

This is a reprocessed image of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot from the 1979 Voyager 1 encounter with the planet. Old data like this is being crunched by people like Bjorn Jonsson to create new and better detailed images that were not possible when the data sets were originally acquired.

saint-amant: “just–space: “ Jupiters Great Red Spot, magnificent and opalescent and utterly gigantic. Reprocessed view by Bjorn Jonsson of imagery made by Voyager 1 in 1979 js ” ”

Jupiter's Great Red Spot. The Great Red Spot is a great anti-cyclonic (high pressure) storm akin to a hurricane on Earth, but it is enormous (three Earths would fit within its boundaries) and it has persisted for at least the 400 years that humans have observed it through telescopes. Since it is anti-cyclonic in Jupiter's Southern hemisphere, the rotation is counterclockwise, with a period of about 6 days. (A hurricane in Earth's Southern hemisphere rotates clockwise.)

The Great Red Spot is a great anti-cyclonic (high pressure) storm akin to a hurricane on Earth, but it is enormous (three Earths would fit within its boundaries) and it has persisted for at least the 400 years that humans have ob

Infrared images and spectra of Jupiter’s thermal emission based on readings from the Jovian Infrared Auroral Mapper aboard the Juno spacecraft - The New York Times

NASA’s Jupiter Mission Reveals the ‘Brand-New and Unexpected’

JUPITER >>>> Huge cyclones rage near Jupiter's mysterious poles, and the giant planet's powerful auroras are fundamentally different from Earth's northern and southern lights, the first science results from NASA's Juno mission reveal.

Jupiter's storm

Feast your eyes, people. Feast them like you’ve never feasted them before. Because this is surely one of the most glorious images of Jupiter, nay the unive

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