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Deep gas bands, shapely cyclones — NASA's Juno reveals more of Jupiter's secrets

NASA’s Juno spacecraft has found a strange set of swirling cyclones at Jupiter’s northern and southern poles — and found that the stormy bands ringing its surface may extend a whopping 3,000 kilometers deep. The findings, described in a set of papers published Wednesday in the journal Nature, may...
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