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Scientists reveal the secret of Jupiter’s red spot after the latest flyby

A new study of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot found that the incredibly persistent storms observed for at least 356 years were deeper than previously thought, UPI reported. Meteorological phenomena that produce wind speeds that can reach up to 400 mph, about 200 mph stronger than the most powerful hurricanes on Earth, have been found to extend up to 310 miles below Jupiter’s cloud top. Scientists were able to make new discoveries after analyzing data from NASA’s Juno spacecraft.