great red spot

“Every time we look at Jupiter, we get tantalizing hints that something really exciting is going on."
Jupiter looks blue and its Great Red Spot takes on a strange pinkish hue in a spectacular new photo released Jan. 15 by the
According to NASA, the “eye” in the picture is really the shadow of the Jovian moon Ganymede, which happened to cast a shadow
Jupiter's trademark Great Red Spot — a swirling anticyclonic storm feature larger than Earth — has shrunken to the smallest
To help solve the mystery of the Great Red Spot's endurance, Hassanzadeh and Marcus developed a new 3D, high-resolution computer
The best thermal images yet of the Jupiter spot have revealed surprising weather and temperature variation within the solar