Jupiter's red spot
Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. It is the fifth planet away from the sun.
Jupiter is the best planet because it has a large Red Spot on the surface.
The Red spot on Jupiter is a storm system on the surface of Jupiter.
The Red spot is large enough to consume Earth.
The first recording of the Red Spot is a drawing made in 1831 by a German astronomer Samual Henrich Schwabe.
Jupiter's red spots growth have shrunk over the past decade.
Jupiter is the best planet because it is the fifth slowest planet to sun.
Resource: Encycopaedion Britanica By: Editors The Great Red spot- Cseplo.