According to the images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, there is a mysterious dark spot that is growing in Neptune, the frozen giant of the Solar System.
The planet, which is most pleasant to monitor remotely in the Solar System, is probably Jupiter, which is constantly but constantly changing in the atmosphere, with a continuous set of storms. On the other hand, Neptune, which is made up of frozen methane and gases, is also attracting considerable attention.
The reason for this interest is the black dots, or even dots, which are exactly what is observed on the planet but not exactly known. The cases in which the color of the planet disappeared from time to time in the planet atmosphere and the occurrence of these black spots were generally associated with high pressure. Until now, the formation of these points has never been observed.
In an article published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, the researchers explained how they noticed that Neptune had one of the pets Big Dark Points G growing. The team, working on the cloud patterns that emerged before the holes, said that these points actually emerged because of the events in the atmosphere, not on the planet’s surface.
The spots on the planet, first viewed by NASA’s Voyager 2 in 1989, disappeared ten years later when Hubble observed the planet.
After that, astronomers began to examine Neptune more carefully and more frequently. Now astronomers have an exit point to learn more about the topic, and future research will allow us to learn more about the planet.