Jupiter's Great Red Spot is deeper than Earth's oceans

  • 6 years ago

NASA’s Juno spacecraft flew over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot , the giant storm that has been blowing on Jupiter for centuries, this past July. Scientists collected incredible images during their mission and revealed that the Great Red Spot is much deeper than they had previously believed. The data shows the spot has a depth 50 to 100 times deeper than the Earth’s oceans.