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Submitted by : Kiyohira-60 on 2017-01-27 13:21 UT

The massive auroras are at Jupiter's pole and a powerful magnetic field starts threre

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  1. comment by Taichung-06 on 2019-11-11 02:16 UT

    I would love to see these auroras because it would be interesting to compare the auroras on Jupiter to those on Earth.

  2. comment by Seitter-29 on 2018-11-05 06:51 UT

    I would be interested in viewing the potential auroras at this location. I also find it interesting that the JunoCam photo taken for this site does not have any trace of Jupiter's more linear cloud patterning as you near the poles.

  3. comment by Carlapiazza-31 on 2018-11-04 22:55 UT

    It would be interesting to photograph this location to see the auroras relative to other photographs already taken.

  4. comment by Wodetzky-65 on 2018-05-31 02:03 UT

    The north pole on Jupiter would be an amazing asset to learning about Jupiter and its unknowns.

  5. comment by Amati-56 on 2017-11-08 15:24 UT

    Auroras activities are such a beautiful and fascinating phenomenon on Earth, so surely exploring these event on Jupiter with a stronger magnetic activity is more than requested. Maybe it will tell us something new about our planet as well. Further, I think that it is worthwhile to explore regions that are less examined and reachable in contrast to equatorial plane.

  6. comment by Peshekhonov-44 on 2017-11-06 05:27 UT

    I also vote to photograph the poles, it seems they have a lot to tell considering they have so much activity.

  7. comment by Haemhouts-99 on 2017-11-06 04:41 UT

    If the poles are the part of the planet that contains the most activity and has been photographed the least, I vote to capture the poles.

  8. comment by Otakemayumi-22 on 2017-11-05 05:18 UT

    I believe the focus should be on regions that we can never normally examine, and the poles have such an interesting story to tell.

  9. comment by Kesun-96 on 2017-11-02 22:58 UT

    This is an interesting place on Jupiter as it encompasses the outer region of Jupiter as well as any significant features lying there. I would also like to see the North Pole from a different angle.

  10. comment by Kenmitchell-61 on 2017-04-27 04:17 UT

    Impressive, is-this the same magnetic field that is probably most powerful of the Solar system?

  11. comment by Billings-88 on 2017-02-21 04:54 UT

    I would like to see the images from the north pole as it is where the magnetic fields and auroras come from, and want to see what it would look like from above.

  12. comment by Grishanin-72 on 2017-02-20 18:35 UT

    This image is interesting because it shows the beginning of Jupiter's strong magnetic field which gives no barriers to wind and other weather conditions, creating a very windy environment. Here on the North Pole is also the home of the auroras of Jupiter which are caused by collisions between electrically charged particles which create a "light show".