HOUSTON—Jupiter’s Great Red Spot appears as a swirling mass of cedar red in the first images released by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Southwest Research Institute (SWRI), following the Juno mission spacecraft’s first-ever sweep low over the centuries-old storm late July ...

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