Image description: A map of the planet Jupiter’s south pole, constructed from 36 images by NASA’s spacecraft Cassini while on its way to Saturn. The map, the most detailed to date, includes Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, a massive hurricane-like storm wider than three Earths that has been raging at least as long as the 400 years that humans have been observing the planet. Currently, the Juno spacecraft is on its way to Jupiter to unlock more of the giant’s secrets.
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