Jupiter removes its red spot by taking a meteor shower
The comet Swift-Tuttle orbits every 133 years. Despite its lengthy orbital period we can see an interesting spin off from this astronomical body. It is the parent of the Perseid meteor shower. Though the Perseid meteor shower has been observable since the end of July, your best chance of observing it is on Saturday night & Sunday morning. You can learn more from Space.com or by watching the video below.