Hubble Sees Changes in Jupiter's Red Spot, a Weird Wisp and Rare Waves - Universe Today
Jupiter global map created from still images from the Hubble Space Telescope It’s been widely reported, including at Universe Today, that the apple of Jupiter’s eye, the iconic Great Red Spot (GRS), has been shrinking for decades. Even the rate of shrinkage has been steadily increasing. Back in the late 1800s you could squeeze three Earths inside … Continue reading "Hubble Sees Changes in Jupiter’s Red Spot, a Weird Wisp and Rare Waves"