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Jovian storms of surpassing beauty

11:28am, July 26, 2006

In April, a visible-light image (left) taken by the Hubble Space Telescope showed that a new giant storm (red arrows) in Jupiter's southern hemisphere was about 62,000 kilometers away from the planet's centuries-old Great Red Spot storm (white arrows).

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