Zorro [ID: 1037]

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Submitted by : SunMoonandStars on 2016-12-26 21:41 UT

Because of the dark crossing swirls like marble in an equatorial belt with high wind speeds. The dark lines' composition, depth and motion relative to the rest of the zone may explain about their formation and longevity as well as similar features.

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  1. comment by Erwingroten-00 on 2019-11-11 03:39 UT

    I'd like to see closer photographs of Zorro and to learn more about the reason for the variety of colors in this region

  2. comment by L-Archuleta on 2018-05-14 02:53 UT

    The dynamic colorful flow of this region is interesting, I would love to see what it looks like in a closer photograph.

  3. comment by Kaler-82 on 2017-02-21 07:11 UT

    It is so interesting that this area is so colorful, which means that the activity here is very frequently.