The Biggest Storm In The Solar System

This hurricane is twice the size of our Earth. He is raging at least as long as there were telescopes, and is not going to abate. This is - the Great Red Spot on Jupiter, the largest vortex in the solar system.
Hurricane winds reach speeds of 600 kilometers per hour.

He rages in the length of about 50,000 kilometers. Like most astronomical phenomena, the Great Red Spot can not be predicted, but immediately after opening it was not clear what it is.

And even now remain mysterious reasons for the change in shape, size and color of the Great Red Spot
Hurricane raging for nearly 300 years and has not quiet.

Scientists think it may last at least another 400 years
So he looks to the artist
Vortex, the most detailed snapshot of Cassini