The Great Red Spot [ID: 1052]

Coordinates : -20.628° latitude , 156.348° longitude
Submitted by : Galileo on 2017-01-19 20:03 UT

I think that getting the chance to peer deep inside those vast, red swirling storms at closest opportunity will provide a deep insight into how something like that can exist and sustain for so long

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  1. comment by Leifandersson-85 on 2018-05-22 18:45 UT

    As a child I always loved the big red spot, I was amazed to see a continuous storm circling for what seemed to be eternity. I would love to see some in depth photos that shows the majesty of the Big Red Spot.

  2. comment by Saroma-25 on 2018-05-22 14:45 UT

    http://maps-drivingdirections.com/maps-of-usa/

  3. comment by Volfango-64 on 2018-05-15 01:02 UT

    We all know what it looks like as a picture, but what could it look like maybe at an angle? Would we see the red spot swirl toward the inside of the planet like a hurricane? or would it retain the 2D-like cloud layer?