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    The GRS rotates with the planet, so it's not always visible. Here's one way to calculate when it should be visible:

    http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=great+red+spot

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    Default Re: when to see Jupiter's Great Red Spot

    Quote Originally Posted by Florin Andrei View Post
    The GRS rotates with the planet, so it's not always visible. Here's one way to calculate when it should be visible:

    great red spot - Wolfram|Alpha

    More examples related to astronomy:

    Wolfram|Alpha Examples - Astronomy

    They also have an app for the iPhone, Android and all the tablets, which works just like the website.
    Hi there, Florin Andrei

    Thanks for the links!
    I have found a free download that I refer to for anything Jupiter.
    Its called Jupiter2
    Jupiter 2.0

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