Jupiter's Little Red Spot
In this quasi-true-color view of Jupiter's Little Red Spot, the spot appears with distinctly redder color than the south tropical disturbance to the north or the small oval to the southeast. Image credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute/HST
Jupiter's Little Red Spot, one of the solar system's largest and newest storms, also has some of the highest wind speeds ever detected on any planet. These results, co-authored by several JPL scientists, are published in the June issue of the Astronomical Journal.

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