Bill Nye goes deep inside Jupiter’s mysterious Great Red Spot. First discovered over three centuries ago, this super storm is a gigantic, swirling mass of gas and clouds that is bigger than three Earths combined. NASA’s Juno mission hopes to reveal many of the secrets of the Great Red Spot.
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