Neptune has changed the course of the mysterious dark spot and experts are confused

The Great Dark Storm Neptune The first sighting two years ago suddenly changed direction, leaving experts unanswered.

The storm was discovered in 2018 by the Hubble Space Telescope, which was observed in the planet’s northern hemisphere. In 2019, it could be seen moving towards the southern hemisphere of the planet, but by August 2020, unlike other dark spots seen on the ice sheet in the past, it had started moving north again. Another small, dark spot was also spotted, believed to be part of a larger storm that erupted into a separate storm.

“We’re excited about these observations because this little dark piece may be part of a dark space disturbance process,” said Michael H. Schmidt of the University of California, Berkeley. Wong said Report. “This is a process that has never been noticed. We’ve seen some other dark spots disappear, which are no more, but we’ve never seen anything disturbing as predicted in computer simulations. “

Dynamic Blue-Green Planet Neptune This image of the Hubble Space Telescope reveals a terrible dark storm (upper center) and the appearance of a small dark spot (top right) nearby. (NASA, ESA, SDSCI, MH Wong / University of California, Berkeley and LA Sromovsky and BM Fry / University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Experts believe that Neptune and Uranus are the ‘primary’ waters

NASA first flew Neptune in 1989. It captured the Voyager 2 spacecraft and two dark spots. Until 1994, Hubble watched him regularly. Since then, the space telescope has seen the “Great Dark Spot” and other dark spots on the planet.

The dark storm in question is thought to be 4,600 miles long, the fourth recorded on Neptune since 1993. Unlike hurricanes on Earth, which rotate under low pressure and counterclockwise, these storms rotate clockwise and have high pressure systems. But when they move toward the equator, they are affected by the Coriolis effect, which weakens them and eventually disintegrates after what is called the “killing zone”. This particular storm is not.

(NASA, ESA, SDSCI, MH Wong / University of California, Berkeley and LA Sromovsky and BM Fry / University of Wisconsin-Madison)

“It was so exciting to watch this one act, he had to act, and then all of a sudden he stopped again and swayed,” Wong said. “It was amazing.”

Although the small storm was 3,900 miles wide, Wang believed it was the result of a major storm devastation, but it was not, adding to the conspiracy what caused it.

NASA wants to explore Neptune’s Moon Triton, which may have pro-oceanic life

“I don’t think another vortex is created because it’s smaller toward the equator,” the researcher explained. “So he is in this unstable region. But we cannot prove that the two are connected. It remains an absolute mystery. “

Neptune, like Uranus, has not yet been discovered, despite Voyager 2 taking photos of both planets. 1986 and 1989

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In August, researchers created computer models suggesting that the two planets were created “primarily” from a strange body of water.

In March 2019, NASA’s JBL scientists proposed a mission to explore Neptune’s largest moon, Triton, which, according to some theories, may have hidden the ocean beneath the surface.