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NASA has made a big claim by releasing a picture. NASA has claimed that the size of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is decreasing. Please tell that it is also called the biggest storm of the solar system. Giving information, NASA said, “Its size looks the smallest compared to the size recorded 150 years ago.” Please inform that its size is 1.3 times that of the Earth. NASA told that this picture was taken by Hubble Space Telescope. It works as a weather observer. Since its launch in 1990, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has been an interplanetary weather observer, tracking the largely gaseous outer planets and their ever-changing environments. NASA spacecraft missions to the outer planets have given us a closer look at these atmospheres, but Hubble’s acuity and sensitivity keep a constant eye on a kaleidoscope of complex activities over time.
A picture taken from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has shown that the size of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot (the largest storm in the Solar System) is decreasing. “It appears to be the smallest in size compared to the first recorded size 150 years ago,” NASA said. Its size is 1.3 times that of the Earth. The forecast for Jupiter is stormy weather at low northern latitudes. A prominent string of alternating storms is visible, forming a “vortex street,” as some planetary astronomers call it, a wave pattern of nested anticyclones and cyclones that Clockwise and anticlockwise rotating alternate gears lock together like a machine.
If the storms get close enough to each other, in the very unlikely event of a merger, they could form a single large storm, potentially rivaling the current size of the Great Red Spot. The staggered pattern of anticyclones and cyclones prevents separate storms from merging. Activity is also seen inside these storms; No anticyclones and cyclones were observed by Hubble in the 1990s, but these storms have sprung up in the last decade. This color difference indicates that Hubble is also looking at the height and depth of different clouds. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is at the center of this view. Although this vortex is large enough to swallow Earth, it has actually shrunk to the smallest size ever recorded, more than 150 years ago.
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