The cyclones, which have never been seen before, are fixed and consistent. NASA’s Juno space probe has revealed for the first time that Jupiter has powerful cyclones the size of Australia across its polar regions. These cyclones are unchanging and do not disperse like the cyclones on Earth. A research group from Weizmann Institute of Science discovered which forces are at work fixing these gargantuan storms to the polar regions and why their number and locations have remained consistent over time. The research was published on Sunday in Nature Geoscience.