No, just kidding. We're open to all, here. However, the chronological significance of the events detailed in this post will really only be meaningful to us Yanks.
This coming weekend/week, our solar system will witness a pretty neat phenomenon. Two very large storms on Jupiter will be coming as close to collision as they'll likely ever come (the official press release from the more famous storm can be found here).
One of the two participants is the very famous Great Red Spot, favorite of grade school science classes and a massive conflagration of dust and whatnot that is wider than two Earths.
The other combatant, the underdog if you will, is condescendingly nicknamed "Red Jr." Until just recently, however, Red Jr. would have been better nicknamed "Little Whitey," because it wasn't red. It just kinda all of a sudden turned red like the Notorious GRS, in a shift that astronomers speculated was caused by a strengthening of the little storm. The little guy was psyching himself up for the big fight!
Anyway, it's not going to be visible except through strong telescopes, but it's just kind of neat that as we're watching our fireworks here in the Good Ol' US of A, an even larger explosive event will be taking place millions of miles away at the same time.
Go get 'im, little guy.