Friday, March 2, 2012
NULT Telescope Jupiter Great Red Spot
NULT TELESCOPE AND JUPITER'S GREAT RED SPOT GRSThe Great Red Spot on Jupiter has existed for centuries - a giant storm raging on the planet. We thought it was one big storm. NULT examined the Jovian environment inside the Red Spot and discovered the GRS has hundreds, if not thousands of storms going on, all at the same time, deep inside the confines of the GRS boundaries. The GRS continues to live up to its name, remaining great and portraying a majority red hue. However, we can't say it's a tiny spot - not in the eye of the 24-meter NULT Telescope! Note the entire photo, edge to edge, shows storms, currents, and eddies all raging at the same time inside the GRS.