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Our article says "The Great Red Spot, a prominent oval-shaped feature in the southern hemisphere of Jupiter, may have been observed as early as 1664 by Robert Hooke and in 1665 by Giovanni Cassini, although this is disputed." Not only do I think we should mention what the dispute is, but after seeing the illustration Cassini made of the spot, it looks more like the shadow of a moon than the Great Red one. — Supuhstar * — 21:48, 23 July 2015 (UTC)
I agree we should mention what the dispute is, although I doubt that it warrants another sentence. Make sure to have a source that explains or at least identifies the dispute though-- the reasoning you give about how it looks more like a moon's shadow is very much WP:OR. A2soup (talk) 07:13, 28 July 2015 (UTC)
With reference context of sociological consequences the published names of the Spheres ('Planets') of the Kosmos ('Solar System') & the Pagan Theological Deity references with additional contexts of evidences of the cultures of the "Sphere of Maia", or the "Sphere of Earth", really it's context that the Spheres of the Solar System should be appropriately published to reflect the Greek Pagan Theological Deity references with explicit context so that the sociological conditions of the human species are consequently more likely to reflect what's appropriate.
The Lune Names associated with what's truly "The Sphere of Zeus", or the 'Planet' "Zeus", are truly Greek Pagan. Furthermore, "Jupiter" is not "Latin", not at all. "Jupiter" is actually a name derived of the Greek Pagan literary referenced female, "Petraea". In fact, all the 'Planet' names are female names & are not Latin, not actually. Even if you argued "Latin culture", the Latins merely had a single book to compare to a huge library of Greek Pagan Literature.
If you do not like things similar the Muslim terrorist group that calls itself "ISIS", which is an Egyptian female Deity, not "Hindou" nor Muslim, not at all, then you'd publish the Greek Pagan Male Deity References appropriate context each respective Sphere of the Local Kosmological Habitat of the human species.
If you were curious appertaining conjecture of the Kosmoi ('Galaxy') & the potential that argument of microcosmic effect with reference the human Kosmological habitat is an example of the potential that various separate cultures of life within the Kosmoi might have interest in the human Kosmological habitat were they separately a spacially mobile species & highly intelligent species, then it's highly potential that the greatest interest of the human species would actually be a necessity for the publication of the Greek Pagan Deity Sphere Names realized with the potential of an aggressive accostation to the human species in contexts less desirable. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Jason Scott Hughes (talk • contribs) 22:43, 4 August 2015 (UTC)