Jupiter Cape of Good Hope [ID: 1168]

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Submitted by : Guzzo-88 on 2017-03-21 02:31 UT

It's a mysterious area and don't have storms of gas apparently.

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  1. comment by Messerschmidt-11 on 2019-06-01 23:25 UT

    It is the areas that appear to have nothing happening that often provides the best insight. Knowing what conditions don't create the gas storms can help us determine the conditions that do create these storms.

  2. comment by Alan on 2018-06-10 22:30 UT

    Is this possibly due to the way the clouds interact creating an empty void similar to how we have low pressure systems here on Earth?

  3. comment by EmmaWalimaki on 2018-04-06 22:58 UT

    A mysterious area...I would be interested what are the auroras here. Hope they sent Juno taking some pictures.