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Jupiter’s pink spot as captured by NASA’s Juno spacecraft

NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstad/Sean Doran ? CC NC SA

Jupiter’s Nice Crimson Spot could also be youthful than many astronomers thought. It’s generally accepted that the large storm was first noticed by Giovanni Cassini in 1665, however it seems that the spot Cassini noticed was most likely a unique one to the vortex seen now.

The Nice Crimson Spot, a storm bigger than the planet Earth, has been constantly observable since 1831. However an infinite storm was additionally seen on the similar location on Jupiter from 1665 to 1713, and astronomers have…

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