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In comparison, the longest recorded storm on Earth, Hurricane John, lasted only 31 days in 1994. How is this possible? “Think of the Big Red Spot as a spinning wheel,” says the researcher. “This wheel is stuck between two conveyors moving in opposite directions. If the storm is still raging, it is because it is ...

Earth's longest recorded storm, by comparison, lasted 31 days — that was Hurricane John in 1994. Scientists think Neptune's storm, which appears as a dark stain on the planet, may be composed of hydrogen sulfide, but they still don't have a full understanding of it. "We have no evidence of how these ...
Get a good look at Jupiter's Great Red Spot while you can. The giant storm as we know it today is shrinking, and it might fade into memory within your lifetime. NASA's US$1 billion Juno probe took stunning photos of the Great Red Spot in July 2017 - the closest images we've ever gotten of the giant tempest.
By comparison, Earth's longest recorded storm, Hurricane John in 1994, lasted just 31 days. Business Insider asked Glenn Orton — a lead Juno mission team member and planetary scientist at NASA JPL — why Jupiter's storms last so long. "They don't, at least not all of them," Orton said in an email.
In September 2017, Hurricane Irma approached Florida and the Florida Keys as a major hurricane. John was part of the team that brought non-stop coverage to Floridians and people watching around the country before, during and after the catastrophic storm. Post Irma, John was one of the first journalists ...
Astronomers around the world are trying to track down a small, fast-moving object that is zipping through our solar system. Is a comet? An asteroid? NASA's not sure. The space agency doesn't even know where it came from, but it's not behaving like the local space rocks and that means it may not be from ...
Astronomers around the world are trying to track down a small, fast-moving object that is zipping through our solar system. Is a comet? An asteroid? NASA's not sure. The space agency doesn't even know where it came from, but it's not behaving like the local space rocks and that means it may not be from ...
"We have no real idea how to control weather in the sense of a hurricane," John Moore, a scientist at Beijing Normal University, told Space.com. "All that realistically can be done is changing the thermodynamics of the system, which largely means changing the sea-surface temperatures." Moore is the head ...


 

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