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This is our closest look at Jupiter’s iconic “Great Red Spot.” These photographs were taken by NASA’s Juno probe. It flew just 5,600 miles above the Great Red Spot — an enormous storm that’s 1.3 times as wide as Earth. The storm is believed to have lasted for over 350 years.
How it persisted for that long is a mystery. But recent studies suggest the Great Red Spot is shrinking.
Scientists are studying the new photographs and data to better understand the large and long-lasting storm. Juno has been orbiting Jupiter for over a year. It’s already sent back photos of Jupiter’s ringsand turbulent south pole. We can’t wait to see what it sends back next!