Here are some of the strangest and scariest weather effects in our Universe! 😱 ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Venus⠀⠀ The climate of Venus isn’t tropical at all; it’s hellish. Temperatures on the surface of Venus approach 475 °C, and the atmospheric pressure is 93 times what you experience here on Earth.The clouds we see on Venus are made up of sulfur dioxide and drops of sulfuric acid. They reflect about 75% of the sunlight that falls on them, and are completely opaque. It’s these clouds that block our view to the surface of Venus.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Neptune⠀⠀ Neptune's temperatures plunge down to 55 Kelvin, or -218 degrees Celsius. You would think that a planet that cold would be frozen and locked down. But you’d be very wrong. In fact, the weather on Neptune is some of the most violent weather in the Solar System.During its 1989 flyby, NASA’s Voyager 2 spacecraft discovered the Great Dark Spot on Neptune. Similar to Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, this is an anti-cyclonic storm measuring 13,000 km x 6,600 km across.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Mars⠀⠀ When it comes to the weather on Mars, the forecast is usually quite dramatic. Not only does Martian weather vary from day to day, it sometimes varies from hour to hour. That seems a bit unusual for a planet that has an atmosphere that is only 1% as dense as the Earth’s. And yet, Mars manages to really up the ante when it comes to extreme weather and meteorological phenomena. The temperate on Mars can easily turn from 70-degree-Fahrenheit day to a -100-degree night.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Jupiter⠀⠀ Scientists call this phenomenon the Great Red Spot. It’s the biggest storm in the recorded history of the solar system. So just how big is it? Well that depends on whether you're measuring its size, temperature, wind strength, or duration. The Great Red Spot has been raging for 300 years and counting. Anticyclonic in nature and complete with tornadoes and acoustic waves, it was once more than two times the size of Earth - but it's becoming smaller and smaller over time. It swirls counterclockwise at speeds of up to 300 miles per hour.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Let us know which is the most interesting in your opinion! 🤔 ⠀⠀ Do you know other strange weathers? Share it with us down below! 👇

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  • r_peschi12 days ago

    Uranus: big brown sausages

  • tz_an_12 days ago

    Our weather here on earth is still strange to them, so it depends on which standard we use to compare.

  • joser.almonte11 days ago

    So when we land in mars how are they going to survive those temperatures?

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  • rudgerlinde912 days ago

    Jupiters spot is orange, not red and orange is red +yellow!

  • dennismakuwa12 days ago

    I’m not if this is true or not but I heard that on Venus, the sulphuric acid droplets evaporate before they can even touch the ground.

  • zandywarhol12 days ago

    Mars “unbearable temperatures” 70° Fahrenheit.

  • realgunner12 days ago

    The great dark spot is most amazing of all