The Hubble Space Telescope has monitored an exciting event on Jupiter in one of the terrifying spots that scientists estimate is “capable of swallowing the Earth.”
The exciting red spot on Jupiter, which some experts and astronomers call the “Angry Eye of Jupiter” because it distinguishes it from the rest of the planets of the solar system, since it was first observed in 1665, has puzzled astronomers because of its huge and great size and continuity Alien.
A “disaster” in Jupiter is able to swallow the Earth
After a period of study, scientists determined the nature of this strange spot, as research based on the results of observations of telescopes and satellite lenses confirmed that this great red spot is nothing but a “raging cyclone with a width of 10,000 miles (16093.4 km), large enough to swallow the Earth (with a diameter of Earth is only 12,756 km), and it is the largest observed cyclone in the solar system.
Scientists monitor strange changes inside the “angry eye”
According to the article published in “businessinsider”, astronomers have observed since the beginning of following the movement of this circle 150 years ago, that it is shrinking and its shape becomes closer to the ideal circle shape instead of the oval shape.
“Hubble” detects another mysterious change in “Jupiter’s Eye”
Planetary scientists Michael Wong and Amy Simon analyzed decade-old Hubble data documenting wind speeds in the Great Red Spot, which can exceed 400 mph (643,736 km).
“When I first saw the results, I asked, ‘Does this make sense?'” researcher Wong from the University of California said in a statement published on “astronomy”. Nobody’s ever seen this before…but it’s something only Hubble can do. Hubble’s longevity and continuous monitoring make this detection possible.”