Some astronomers believe, to paraphrase Mark Twain, that the reports of its death are greatly exaggerated, or at least premature.
One of the most striking features of Jupiter — the Great Red Spot — is an anticyclone storm that has been shrinking since the 1800s.
The storms on Neptune are so giant in size that their longest dimension is the size of the Earth.
Clouds & gas signatures found confirm that Jupiter is rich in oxygen & water, says NASA scientist
The James Webb telescope will use its unparalleled infrared capabilities to study Jupiter's enigmatic storm
Postcards from Jupiter: NASA space probe Juno continues to send back stunning images of the gas giant
Juno, NASA's space probe orbiting Jupiter, entered a polar orbit of the planet in July 2016, as has been sending spectacular images ever since.
During its mission of exploration, Juno soars low over the planet's cloud tops — as close as about 3,400 kilometres.
The science instrument responsible for this in-depth revelation was Juno's Microwave Radiometer (MWR).
A NASA spacecraft in orbit around Jupiter began transmitting data and images on 11 July.
When clicked, the NASA's closeup imagery of Jupiter's Great Red Spot will be the first time humanity gets to witness the gigantic storm up close.
The phenomenon, only recently observed, may have existed for thousands of years on Jupiter.
Scientists have released incredible new images of Jupiter mega-storm from the data sent by its Juno probe that reveal a crescent Jupiter and the iconic Great Red Spot.
The ruddy colour of Jupiter's mysterious Great Red Spot is due to the effects of sunlight rather than chemicals, said a NASA study.