Thursday, July 6, 2017

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NASA's amazing images of Jupiter's Great Red Spot. Which we're studying before it, well, ends. The storm is shrinking rapidly - and while it has been around since at least 1830, it's still a hurricane. No storm lasts forever.

Juno will pass over the storm at 7:06pm PDT on July 10 - giving us the closest look at the storm yet.

Find some of the images here: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/jpl/earth-based-views-of-jupiter-to-enhance-juno-flyby/