Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is making its atmosphere hotter
Art by Dillon Yothers with Luke MooreBy New Scientist staff and Press Association A mysterious hot spot in Jupiter’s upper atmosphere is caused by the planet’s most famous feature. The Great Red Spot – a massive storm system three times wider than the Earth – is heating the atmosphere high above it to temperatures hundreds of degrees warmer than anywhere...
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