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JUPITER
RTXHYII
October 15, 1998
This false-colour picture of a convective thunderstorm 10,000 kilometres (6,128 miles) northwest of Jupiter's...
This false-colour picture of a convective thunderstorm 10,000 kilometres (6,128 miles) northwest of .....
This false-colour picture of a convective thunderstorm 10,000 kilometres (6,128 miles) northwest of Jupiter's Great Red Spot was obtained by NASA's Galileo spacecraft last year and released by Pasadena's Jet Propulsion Laboratories October 14. The white cloud in the center is a tall, thick cloud 1,000 km (620 miles) across, standing 25 km (15 miles) higher than most of the surrounding clouds. It is though that this storm is analogous to an Earth thunderstorm, with the cloud's high, bright, white portion comparable to the familiar anvil cloud on Earth.
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