Uranus is among the pitch-dark places in our Solar System that makes it hard to spot from Earth. Researchers have caught the gas giant illuminating as inexplicable storms ripped away its atmospheric cover.
While using W. M. Keck II Telescope on Hawaii, researchers first observed the planet’s strange manifestation on 5th and 6th of August: a vibrant place made an appearance that’s paid for 30% of the light usually reflected through the gas giant. They believed the images demonstrated an enormous storm ...
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