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It made huge polygon-shaped hurricane systems at the north and south poles of the planet Buyer Scientists have been puzzled over how to preserve their strange but also beautiful geometric shapes for years, according to the New York Post.
Storms, all the size of the continental United States, have remained inexplicably stable in their strange formations since the Juno spacecraft first discovered them in 2017..
New York Post report
A spacecraft has observed a massive hurricane surrounded by eight smaller hurricanes that seem to be orbiting around it. At the South Pole, there is a structure similar to hurricanes in the shape of a hexagon..
Now, a group of scientists led by Andrew P. Ingersoll of the California Institute of Technology say they may have found some explanation for the strange phenomenon on the largest planet in the solar system..
Scientists have found that it appears to be an “anti-eddy loop” between a major hurricane and smaller cyclones that keeps clusters in their unique polygonal patterns, according to a new study of Arctic vortices, published Wednesday in .Nature Astronomy
However, there are still many questions about storms.
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