Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Is 50 Times Deeper Than the Oceans of Earth

(via Popular Mechanics)  Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is one of the solar system’s great wonders, a centuries-old storm that is larger than the entire Earth. NASA’s Juno spacecraft has been studying the Great Red Spot since July 2017. The spacecraft has shown us that the enormous storm is deeper than expected and that Jupiter’s atmosphere is even more complex than anticipated. 

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