"NASA Discovers Powerful Polar Cyclone on Uranus, Revealing the Dynamic Nature of the Mysterious Planet"

The distance between Earth and Uranus is about 2.5 billion kilometers.

Uranus is difficult to study due to its great distance.

Ground-based telescopes can only observe the side of Uranus facing Earth

NASA's Voyager 2 mission previously discovered a cyclone-like feature at Uranus' South Pole.

infrared measurements at the time couldn't determine the strength of the storm.

NASA scientists now have strong evidence of a polar cyclone on Uranus.

Radio wave measurements from the Very Large Array observatory indicate warmer and drier air at Uranus' North Pole, indicative of a powerful cyclone.

the presence of cyclones at the poles of every planet in our solar system, except Mercury, suggests swirling vortexes are common in planetary atmospheres.

Uranus' cyclone resembles the one observed on Saturn and remains locked at the pole without drifting.

Speculation suggests there may be multiple cyclones stacked on top of each other on Uranus.