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By Jupiter!

On the way to Pluto, craft explores gas giant's embarrassment of riches

By Colin Nickerson
Globe Staff / October 15, 2007

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Lightning a thousand times more powerful than ordinary bolts on Earth crackles at the poles. A red-eyed storm gathering force in southern latitudes has barely entered babyhood, but is already big enough to swallow our world - and will likely rage for centuries. Dense blobs of ionized gases, ripped by solar winds from the fifth planet, roil within a monstrous ... (Full article: 1324 words)

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