On 10 July, the world might get a close-up look into the “Great Red Spot” in the mysterious planet of Jupiter courtesy NASA’s Juno mission. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) built spacecraft was launched in 2011 and placed itself in Jupiter’s orbit last year on 4 July 2016.
On Monday, Juno will go as close as 9,000 km above the swirling red clouds. The “Great Red Spot” is 16,000-km-wide storm which is twice the size of the Earth. The storm is believed to have been there since at least 300 years.
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