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The Hubble Space Telescope, which has been in space since 1990, has been observing storms on Uranus since about August. These storms are so large they form a partial belt across the planet. They are occurring 7 years after Uranus’ 42-year equinox, therefore astronomers are deeming these events as inexplicable. - via http://theantimedia.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/your-anus.jpg

Wrapped in an atmosphere tinted pale blue by high-altitude methane, Uranus has occasionally been observed to develop large storms in its frigid windy skies. NASA’s Voyager 2 saw a few small storm c…