Everyone knows the giant storms that rage in the atmosphere of Jupiter that we consider as vortexing patterns in the dense clouds of the atmosphere of the planet. Although most know the giant red spot, many people have never heard of another storm called Clyde’s Spot, first discovering on Jupiter in 2020. The more image has shown where It was found on June 2, 2020, looked like a lot like a small and white version of the Giant Red Spot Jupiter is famous for.
Another image taken on April 15, 2021 indicating that Clyde Square has changed considerably. The NASA Juneau Spaceship has taken photos and NASA indicates that the functionality is a feather of cloud material that bursts over the upper layer of the Jovian atmosphere. The image taken on April 15, 2021, was broken by Juno to his 33rd flying on the atmosphere of Jupiter.
The Clyde spot is a whirlwind of chaos in this image without the uniform appearance it had when discovering first. The broken picture in 2020 was taken at an altitude of about 28,000 miles above Jovian clouds. The image taken this year was photographed by Juno at an altitude of 16,800 miles above the clouds. The new image also shows that the place then derived further from the high iconic red spot which is one of the most important features of Jupiter.
NASA says it is common for it to be features such as Clyde Square to appear in the atmosphere of Jupiter, but generally they dissipate quickly. The observations of the Junocam instrument show that, although it changes significantly, the Clyde Square is still visible after almost a year. This fact makes the place rather unique among the c