spot turbulance [ID: 11]

Coordinates : -14.274° latitude , 44.028° longitude
Submitted by : Alekhin-28 on 2015-12-20 00:42 UT

how the big red spot causes turbulence as the bands pass by and it's effect on them.

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  1. comment by Hvar-17 on 2017-08-18 02:56 UT

    I think this is like typhoon/storm i dont think so i'm right

  2. comment by Schnitger-21 on 2017-07-12 21:19 UT

    On the far left of the red spot is a (small and darker shade) red spot. Only small. But in several photos it's there. Ok what is it?

  3. comment by Steyaert-08 on 2017-02-21 04:21 UT

    This turbulence caused by the Big Red Spot could create a beautiful image with a lot of contrast and motion.

  4. comment by Nassau-99 on 2016-06-10 21:42 UT

    Yes, it would be interesting to observe how the flow of the two bands above and below the spot interact with the edges of the storm. Perhaps this might give some insight into its structure / composition?