Jupiter's Great Red Spot May Fade Away In The Next Ten Or Twenty Years

  • Publication date: 18/02/2018
  • Duration: 0:37
  • Category: News

According to a report by Business Insider, Jupiter's Great Red Spot, as we know it today, is shrinking and there's a chance that it may only 10 to 20 years left before it fades away completely. The super-storm is wider than Earth and has been churning around for potentially four hundred years. According to the report, Glenn Orton, a lead Juno mission team member and planetary scientist at NASA JPL, said, "In truth, the GRS has been shrinking for a long time.

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