Nasa's Juno finds that Jupiter's storms are larger and deeper than previously thought

in technology •  2 years ago 

Jupiter's storms are larger, more ferocious, and stranger to anything else that has ever been observed in the Solar System so far. New research based on data from Nasa's Juno mission has made a few startling discoveries about the gas giant, including the fact that its storms extend for thousands of kilometers into the atmosphere.
Nasa's Juno Jupiter probe has completed ten of its science missions so far and the space agency has put out a few of its latest findings and images shot close to the planet's poles. According to Nasa, the winds in Jupiter not only run deep into the atmosphere, they also last longer than similar processes here on Earth.images.jpeg

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