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This image, taken by the JunoCam imager on NASA‘s Juno spacecraft, highlights the seventh of eight features forming a ‘string of pearls’ on Jupiter — massive counterclockwise rotating storms that appear as white ovals in the gas giant‘s southern hemisphere. Space News.
Juno Sees Massive Storm on Jupiter
Jan 28, 2017 by Enrico de Lazaro
As well as the famous Great Red Spot, a giant storm system three times wider than our planet, Jupiter sometimes presents one or more Little Red Spots.
Little Red Spots are often seen in the North North Temperate Zone.
They attract attention due to their color and sometimes other exceptional features.
NN-LRS-1 is the third largest anticyclonic storm on the gas giant, which astronomers have tracked for the last 24 years.
An anticyclone is a weather phenomenon with large-scale circulation of winds around a central region of high atmospheric pressure.
They rotate clockwise in the northern hemisphere, and counterclockwise in the southern hemisphere.
Its color has varied several times from red to dull white.
Now it shows very little color, just a pale brown smudge in the center.
The color is very similar to the surroundings, making it difficult to see as it blends in with the clouds nearby.
WE’RE TRANSFIXED BY THESE MASSIVE OVAL STORMS ON THE SURFACE OF JUPITER And scientists are still trying to figure out what it means for the makeup of Jupiter’s surface. [HuffPost]
Juno spacecraft reveals a more complex Jupiter. Stronger magnetic field, diffuse core and other surprises appear in data from first flyby: here.