Images from the Hubble telescope show the end of a giant red storm on Jupiter which had been called the "Baby Red Spot." Baby (left) was a white storm that had apparently dredged up material beneath Jupiter's cloud cover in May 2008, causing it to turn red.
The other two giant red storms on Jupiter are called Red Spot Jr. (between and slightly below the other two spots) and the Great Red Spot. Red Spot Jr. turned red in 2006. The Great Red Spot (right) is a storm that's wider than two Earths that was first spotted on Jupiter at least 168 years ago and is likely much older.
July 21, 2008 11:05 AM PDT
Photo by: NASA, ESA, and A. Simon-Miller (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
| Caption by: Andy Smith
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