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Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible roughly from 9:00 to 10:40 p.
What we see here is evidence for massive, organized cloud systems, perhaps akin to giant versions of the Great Red Spot on Jupiter," said Adam Showman, a theorist at the University of Arizona involved in the research.
Now the answer to their freedom lies within the Great Red Spot and it's up to Ian and Callie to uncover its secret.
Jupiter's rotation in under 10 hours sweeps cloud features westwards across the disc - the most famous, the Great Red Spot, being well placed for spotting tomorrow evening and again on Thursday night.
If you could live near Jupiter's famous Great Red Spot, your weather forecast might sound something like this: Expect lightning storms and winds gusting to 340 miles per hour for the next few hundred years.
The highest wind speeds in the smaller, more recent storm have reached 640 kilometers per hour, the same as those of the planet's long-observed Great Red Spot.
The Great Red Spot - a hurricane that has raged for 350 years - and its baby brother were photographed by the Gemini Observatory.
A small telescope or even good binoculars will pick out the main cloud belts, the Great Red Spot and, of course, the four inner Galilean moons.