Space Crafts S2 • E1

Jupiter’s Iconic Red Spot is Shrinking, What Could Happen Next?





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Published on Apr 9, 2018

Over the past couple decades, Jupiter's Great Red Spot has gotten visibly smaller. Scientists are watching closely as the iconic anticyclone changes the face of our solar system's largest planet.

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