Please just take a minute and stare at this storm on Jupiter. It really is quite relaxing.
The cyclone has been swirling on the huge planet since at least 1993, but NASA’s Juno spacecraft just got a new look at the storm, known as the North North Temperate Little Red Spot 1, according to the space agency.
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The storm, which is an “anti-cyclone,” is about 3,700 miles across.
“An anticyclone is a weather phenomenon where winds around the storm flow in the direction opposite to that of the flow around a region of low pressure,” NASA said in a statement. “It is the third largest anticyclonic oval on the planet.” Read more…
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