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When scientists look at Jupiter's upper atmosphere in infrared light, they see the region above the equator heating and cooling over a roughly four-year cycle. They dub this Jovian climate pattern the "quasi-quadrennial oscillation," or QQO, and it has a sibling on Earth, a two-year temperature cycle accompanied by a reversal of the equatorial jet stream.
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