Collision of colours [ID: 1100]

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Submitted by : NielsValentin on 2017-01-22 06:13 UT

Jupiter is somewhat low contrasted in colours most of the surface. Would be interesting to see the change in colours to better get a feeling of the movement or even difference in altitude of gasses.

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  1. comment by Reikoyukawa-06 on 2019-11-11 04:04 UT

    I think "Collision of colours" perfectly describes what we observe on the surface of Jupiter. I'd love to see more displaying the movement of these colors and gasses.

  2. comment by Gerhardiser-35 on 2019-11-11 00:06 UT

    This region of Jupiter is particularly vibrant. This turquoise color does not appear to be common throughout.

  3. comment by SmMiles_630 on 2018-11-12 04:41 UT

    What is most beautiful about Jupiter, in my opinion, is the contrasting band of colors. What makes them even more spectacular is as they bands collide, the colors are even more marked. I also liked the name of this Point of Interest, and I chose the POIs I was interested in learning more about by the names.