Red Spot Shrinking

Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, have released a report stating that Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, a storm that measures about three earth-diameters across and has been seen since telescopes were first turned on the planet, has shrunk by 15% along its major access between 1996 and 2006. the scientists note that winds in the storm continue to rage at more than 300 miles per hour and there is no indication that the Red Spot will disappear.

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