The Hubble Space Telescope has captured an amazing image of Jupiter. This image shows numerous Jupiter storms, including the great red spot, and even the icy moon Europa. < / P > < p > it was previously reported that Jupiter’s great red spot may be dying out, or even in our lifetime. This may happen, but in this image, Jupiter’s great red spot does look incredible. The smaller white spot below it is another storm, not as big as the big red spot, but still impressive. And on the top right of the planet’s sphere, you’ll see a strange little ball shape. It’s another storm, but this storm is brand new. < / P > < p > “a unique and exciting detail in Hubble’s new snapshot appears in the middle of north latitude, a bright, white, rolling storm moving at 560 km / h. This single plume broke out on August 18, 2020, and then another plume appeared. ” < / P > < p > this is a fast-growing and fast-moving storm, which is worthy of attention. The Hubble team said there are frequent storms on Jupiter, but this particular storm is more structured, which may mean it grows larger and lasts longer. < / P > < p > as for the size of the great red spot, the Hubble team said it was still large enough to engulf the entire planet, and “it seems to have slowed down.”. The team added, “the reason why it’s shrinking is a complete mystery.”. < / P > < p > the researchers noticed a change in another feature: & quot; oval Ba & quot;, nicknamed “little red spot” by astronomers, appears below the big red spot in this image. In the past few years, “little red spot” appeared red in 2006, the color has been gradually fading into the original white shadow. Now, however, the core of the storm seems to be getting darker, turning into a red hue. This may indicate that erythema is returning to a color more similar to that of its cousins. Global Tech