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Two giant plumes erupted recently on Jupiter, moving faster than any other Jovian feature and leaving global streaks of red cloud particles in their wake.
New analyses of the March 2007 outbursts suggest internal heat plays a significant role in generating such weather patterns.
Originally posted by LwSiX
You know, i've read that Jupiter is not too far off from being a star not unlike our own sun, i just wonder if there is the possibility of Jupiter becoming a star on its own.