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Swirling storms on Saturn and Jupiter are unlike anything on Earth – SYFY WIRE

The spirals and whorls on Jupiter and Saturn may look mesmerizing, but they are turbulent storms which are out of this world literally and otherwise. Nothing like…

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The spirals and whorls on Jupiter and Saturn may look mesmerizing, but they are turbulent storms which are out of this world literally and otherwise. Nothing like this occurs on Earth.
Raging storms on these gas giants were thought to arise from the lower atmosphere, just like those on our planetuntil now. New research suggests that these unearthly storms are probably powered by deeper internal forces rather than the external forces which fuel storms just above Earths surface. Simulations of Jupiter…

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