We've known about the Great Red Spot in Jupiter's outer gas layer since it was first discovered by Galileo. Currently, there is also a Little Red Spot in Jupiter's outer gas layer. Briefly explain how long it has been there and how it formed.
Like Jupiter's Great Red Spot, the little spot is a persistent weather storm on Jupiter's surface. This little red spot has a wind speed of 400 MPH. It is slowly but steadily increasing its size and speed to match its rival Great Red Spot
Apr 23rd, 2015
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