Added Mar 20 2018

“Even deeper down inside the planet, a gaseous core rotates as if it were a solid, rigid body. Meanwhile, on the surface, gigantic cyclones dot the poles, where they form strange flower-like patterns, though scientists don’t know how exactly.”

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March 20, 2018
    NASA's Juno spacecraft finds deep winds and patterned cyclones on Jupiter
    The world of Jupiter is coming into clearer focus for scientists, as new data from NASA reveals how the planet's fluids churn and mingle - both on the surface and deep within the interior. All of these chaotic movements are revealing that Jupiter is even more complex than expected.

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