Structure01 [ID: 1038]

Coordinates : -3.456° latitude , 319.572° longitude
Submitted by : Keikai-35 on 2017-01-11 03:27 UT

Seemingly different structure compared to adjacent or maybe underlying clouds.

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  1. comment by Toinevermeylen-07 on 2017-08-17 02:45 UT

    You may find my reasons for voting for this area a bit stupid... but that will make an awesome wallpaper.

  2. comment by Regge-94 on 2017-02-20 03:29 UT

    This spot looks interesting

  3. comment by Fellini-11 on 2017-01-21 12:28 UT

    Spændende at se Jupiter på denne måde.

  4. comment by bzznzo on 2017-01-19 14:06 UT

    It's a candidate for capture in the Voting Round for PJ4 https://www.missionjuno.swri.edu/junocam/voting?id=2 I just voted for it!

  5. comment by Ceres-00 on 2017-01-18 23:43 UT

    We need to capture this feature!

  6. comment by Glenn on 2017-01-18 21:37 UT
    JUNO SPECIALIST

    I agree that this is an important feature and the first time that a spacecraft will be in a position to observe a recent upwelling, and - in fact - the results of two upwellings if one considers the propagating turbulence in the North Equatorial Belt that began just before PJ2. I urge voting for the region. This is a very auspicious coincidence and we're extremely lucky to have this opportunity!

    • comment by Philosophia-47 on 2017-01-16 10:35 UT

      This is the mid-SEB outbreak that appeared on 2016 Dec.29 - a dramatic outbreak of white ‘rifts’ (convective storms) which is spreading rapidly through the S. Equatorial Belt in 2017 Jan.