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LEFT: by Juno on June 2, 2020 — RIGHT: by Juno on April 15, 2021 → Image data: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS — Image processing by Kevin M. Gill © CC BY­­.


Transition of “Clyde’s Spot” on Jupiter into a strange, complex structure

NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured the intriguing evolution of a feature in the giant planet’s atmosphere known as “Clyde’s Spot”

Although the gas giants in our solar system are mysterious on their own, there…




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