7 Life on Jupiter
It is not the most ideal candidate for being a planet for life to occur. Regions of extreme temperatures, and pressures make it difficult for organisms to adapt to the planet. But on the other hand, the moons of the planet, most likely Europa is one of the likeliest places to find life in our solar system. A liquid-water ocean lies beneath the frozen crust of Europa.
8 Jupiter’s Great Red Spot
It houses the biggest storm in our solar system. It is a gigantic storm called the Great Red Storm and is an anticyclone vortex swirling around with speeds greater than 400 km/h. It is twice the size of Earth, circling in the Southern Hemisphere of the planet. It is believed to have existed for at least 150 years but could be more than that. The size of the spot has been decreasing since its discovery.