Sunday, December 3, 2023

Scientist says Jupiter’s wind jets could present ‘unique meteorological beast’

Jupiter has long been known for the massive storm in its Great Red Spot, but astronomers claim that winds near the gas giant’s poles make that storm look like a stiff breeze, CNET reports. The winds, found in the stratosphere under the bright auroras observed near the poles, have been measured at speeds of 1,450 kilometers per hour. That’s roughly twice as fast as the speeds seen in the Great Red Spot and three times the power of Earth’s strongest tornadoes.

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Israel bombs hundreds of targets in Gaza as truce talks continue

(Al Jazeera Media Network) Israel’s attacks on Gaza have stretched into a second day after a seven-day truce with Hamas ended, as talks continue with the Palestinian...

Santos expelled from Congress in historic vote

(BBC News) The U.S. House of Representatives has expelled congressman George Santos, following a damning ethics report and dozens of criminal charges. "To hell with...