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Jupiter has lost one of its iconic red stripes and scientists are baffled as to why. The largest planet in our solar system is usually dominated by two dark bands in its atmosphere, with one in the northern hemisphere and one in the southern hemisphere. However, the most recent images taken by amateur astronomers have revealed the lower stripe known as the Southern Equatorial Belt has disappeared leaving the southern half of the planet looking unusually bare.
Robert Lee Hotz The Wall Street Journal 13.05.2010
KWANG-TAE KIM AP 13.05.2010
JEFFREY KOFMAN ABC News 12.05.2010
Yahoo! News 12.05.2010
In the last few days, the spill from the broken well at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico has begun to change. Sources tell ABC News the amount of natural gas coming out of the well is increasing, which could mean less oil spewing into the ocean. BP, trying to control the slick, confirmed the report.
The Local 11.05.2010
David Derbyshire Daily Mail 10.05.2010
Jonathan Leake The Sunday Times 10.05.2010
Erwin Seba Reuters 10.05.2010
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