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Jupiter's New Red Spot

Jupiter's New Red Spot

Amateur astronomer Christopher Go of the Philippines photographed a new red spot on Jupiter on February 27th. The storm, officially known as "Oval BA," is about half as big as the Great Red Spot and almost the same color. Scientists are not certain why Oval BA has turned red, though it could be a sign the storm is intensifying. Read more from NASA(1).
Photo: Christopher Go

1. http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2006/02mar_redjr.htm

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