In this quasi-true-color view of Jupiter's Little Red Spot, generated using a New Horizons-LORRI mosaic in the red and green channels and a Hubble Space Telescope 410 nm map in the blue channel, the "LRS" appears with distinctly redder color than the south tropical disturbance to the north or the small oval to the southeast.
This image appears in the June 2008 issue of the Astronomical Journal.
Credit: NASA/The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute/HST
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