To the upper left of the GRS, the medium-sized storm is "Red Spot Jr.," also known as "Oval BA," which appeared in the year 2000 when three smaller storms collided and merged. It is about the size of Earth. Red Jr.'s satellite storm is a more recent addition, coincidentally about the size of the Moon. Together, the trio are easy targets for backyard telescopes.
"I also saw a fogbow created by our headlights," he adds. "It was incredibly bright visually, and this was my first time ever seeing one!" www.spaceweather.com