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May 15, 2014 10:00 AM (EDT)

News Release Number: STScI-2014-24

Hubble Shows that Jupiter's Great Red Spot Is Smaller than Ever Seen Before

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Image: Jupiter's Great Red Spot (2009, WFC3/UVIS)

Jupiter's Great Red Spot (2009, WFC3/UVIS)

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Object Name: Jupiter

Image Type: Astronomical

Credit: NASA, ESA, and H. Hammel (Space Science Institute and AURA)

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Montage Image: Jupiter and the Great Red Spot Image Type: Astronomical/Annotated Jupiter and the Great Red SpotPRC2014-24 Jupiter (WFC3/UVIS, April 21, 2014) Image Type: Astronomical Jupiter (WFC3/UVIS, April 21, 2014) Jupiter's Great Red Spot (1995, WFPC2) Image Type: Astronomical Jupiter's Great Red Spot (1995, WFPC2) Jupiter's Great Red Spot (2014, WFC3/UVIS) Image Type: Astronomical Jupiter's Great Red Spot (2014, WFC3/UVIS)

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