The Great Red Spot [ID: 1052]

Coordinates : -19.764° latitude , 238.104° 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 Slovenija-22 on 2019-02-06 16:59 UT

    The great red spot is decreasing according to the observations from our earth. It is interesting to see what it contains and why it is diminishing.

  2. comment by Frangarcia-62 on 2018-11-05 07:48 UT

    The Great Red Spot would be a great point of interest due to its large size and red color. It would be of great use to see the Spot up close to see how it operates.

  3. comment by Normanrockwell-06 on 2018-11-05 05:19 UT

    I am curious as to the chemical makeup of this storm that brings out such a red color and what keeps it going for such a long time. It would also be interesting to get a more detailed photo of it and look at specific aspects of it.