Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is Slowly Dying
Jupiters Most Distinctive Feature May Vanish in Our Lifetime
by Moises A. Hernandez, age 13
In a decade or two, the famous Great Red Spot (GRS) on Jupiter will not be as big as it is today.
The GRS is a superstorm on Jupiter that is larger than Earth. It has been active since the 1600’s. In comparison, the longest recorded storm here on Earth was Hurricane John, which lasted 31 days, from August 11 to September 10 of 1994. [Read More]