NASA Releases Raging Storm In Jupiter
Ringo | On 13, Jul 2017
The NASA, on Wednesday, released a fascinating phenomenon that happened in the universe.
The US spacecraft Juno flew over a storm that formed in Jupiter on Monday. The photo was released for people to have a close look on it.
“For hundreds of years scientists have been observing, wondering and theorizing about Jupiter’s Great Red Spot,” said Scott Bolton, Juno principal investigator from Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio.
“Now we have the best pictures ever.”
The Jupiter, or The Great Red Spot, measured 10,159 miles (16,350 kilometers) wide. It’s 1.3 times bigger than our Earth. It has been monitored since 1830 and probably, has been existing for 350 years now.
“These highly-anticipated images of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot are the ‘perfect storm’ of art and science,” said Jim Green, NASA’s director of planetary science. “We are pleased to share the beauty and excitement of space science with everyone.”