A Whirl of a Pearl [ID: 1181]

Coordinates : -39.492° latitude , 342.144° longitude
Submitted by : Tom on 2017-04-26 23:45 UT

Another of the so-called String of Pearls white storms in the South.

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  1. comment by Tomita-81 on 2021-11-15 00:07 UT

    This looks very similar to an eye of a hurricane that occurs on Earth. I wonder what is causing such patterns and see how intense the storm is compared to ones that are observed from other planets.

  2. comment by Kuwano-94 on 2021-11-12 03:18 UT

    I think that this would be very neat to get on a picture. It is hard to tell what it is but it would be cool to see it better.

  3. comment by Amherstia-09 on 2021-08-10 03:46 UT

    I would love to see these imaged closer! I want to know what kind of storms they are and how dense this system is!