Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

NASA Jupiters Red Spot

 TRANSIT TIMES FOR THE GREAT RED SPOT ON JUPITER IN MARCH

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A bit about the Great Red Spot

The Great Red Spot is a massive swirling storm in the atmosphere of Jupiter. The storm is twice as wide as our Earth with wind speeds of up to 400mph! The storm can be seen crossing the planet through a small telescope. The storm is shrinking and eventually within the next 20-70 years it will vanish all together!

You can see when the Great Red Spot will be visible on the calendar below.

Click on the title of each entry to open it and see the full details.

May 28 @ 12:58 am – 4:58 am Anywhere
If you have a telescope it is possible to view the Great Red Spot as it transits across Jupiter. The spot isn’t always viewable as it moves around the Planet. The spot can be seen[…]

May 28 @ 8:50 pm – May 29 @ 12:50 am Anywhere
If you have a telescope it is possible to view the Great Red Spot as it transits across Jupiter. The spot isn’t always viewable as it moves around the Planet. The spot can be seen[…]

May 30 @ 2:36 am – 6:36 am Anywhere
If you have a telescope it is possible to view the Great Red Spot as it transits across Jupiter. The spot isn’t always viewable as it moves around the Planet. The spot can be seen[…]

May 30 @ 10:28 pm – May 31 @ 2:28 am Anywhere
If you have a telescope it is possible to view the Great Red Spot as it transits across Jupiter. The spot isn’t always viewable as it moves around the Planet. The spot can be seen[…]

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