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Astronomers have finally managed to look closely at Jupiter's poles to find out that the gaseous giant is actually stranger than supposedly with its poles packing strange geometric arrangements of storms.
This was enabled by the Juno spacecraft of NASA currently orbiting the massive planet. The geometric arrangements of storms are confusing, as each of these storms is arranged around a cyclone over the north and south poles ̵
The observations and the related study are published in the journal Nature as part of a set of four articles new observations from the spacecraft Juno. Since attaining Jupiter on July 4, Juno photographs and misses the planet's profile in Infrared, Microwave.
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