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July 10th: NASA's First Close Up Fly-Over of Jupiter's Great Red Spot --"Three Times the Size of Earth"

Our species first up-close and personal view of Jupiter's colossal Red Spot — a 10,000-mile-wide (16,000-kilometer-wide) storm monitored since 1830, existing for more than 350 years will occur via the Juno Space Telescope flyby on Monday, July 10th. Early science...        
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