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Thanks watcher for the sequences. Very amazing! smile

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Fluid and gravitational dynamics on a biblical scale...

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Fascinating info, thanks Frutty and those images are hauntingly beautiful smile.gif

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Explanation: What does the largest storm system ever recorded look like close-up? This storm system is Jupiter's Great Red Spot and it was captured recently in detail by the robot spacecraft Galileo now in orbit around Jupiter. Using real images from three color filters, the Galileo team was able to compute what a person would see if able to float just above this ancient rotating cloud system. But don't get too close - remember that Jupiter's Great Red Spot is a cold, high pressure area more than twice as wide as planet Earth.

ref: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap960827.html

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Red in Jupiter’s Spot Not What Astronomers Thought

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The best thermal images of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot yet captured have revealed surprising weather and temperature variation within the solar system’s most famous storm.

The darkest red part of the spot turns out to be a warm patch inside the otherwise cold storm. The temperature variation is slight: “Warm” in this case translates to -250 degrees Fahrenheit while cold is an even frostier -256 degrees F. But even that difference is enough to create intriguing internal dynamics.

 

ref: http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2010/03/jupiter-spot/



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PIA 03000.jpg




PIA 03000: False-color picture of Jupiter's northern hemisphere between 10 and 50 degrees latitude. The high and thin clouds are represented by light blue, deep clouds are reddish, and high and thick clouds are white. A high haze overlying a clear, deep atmosphere is represented by dark purple. This image was taken by NASA's Galileo spacecraft on April 3, 1997 at a distance of 1.4 million kilometers (.86 million miles).


Image Credit: NASA/JPL

ref: http://www.ciclops.org/view/4080/Atmospheric_Motion_in_Jupiters_Northern_Hemisphere

Anomaly: Vertical rectilinear streaks more definite on the left hand side of the magnified spot, and horizontal streaks most noticeable to the lower middle right.  



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