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Red Spot—the Third Generation Jupiter's red spots now seem to have a baby—again. The famed and centuries-old "Great Red Spot" at right, actually a giant storm, was joined about three years ago by a second, "Red Spot Jr," the middle red spot in size in this photo. Now, astronomers have noticed yet a third red spot, the even tinier one at left in this Hubble Space Telescope image. Small though it may seem, it is 3,000 miles (4,800 km) wide. Scientists believe it may merge with the Great Red Spot in August. .....
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