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Swirling storm

Swirling storm

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NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS / Björn Jónsson

Swirling storm
Juno spies a storm in Jupiter’s South Equatorial Belt during perijove 14. Though similar in appearance, this is not the larger Great Red Spot. The image was taken on July 15 from a distance of 8,000 kilometers above the cloud tops.

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