Oh boy we're not in Kansas anymore [ID: 1186]

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Submitted by : Vermandere-18 on 2017-05-04 22:23 UT

Let's be honest, all of Jupiter is interesting.

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  1. comment by Plancius-15 on 2020-05-27 00:39 UT

    This image is so wonderful, I want to learn more about the active regions that doesn't't movie like this.

  2. comment by Jonsie on 2018-02-18 20:26 UT

    I would love to see images of this area for comparison with the more "active" northern region.

  3. comment by Stauber-57 on 2018-02-18 18:19 UT

    I'm curious about the less active regions as well. "Less active" will certainly not mean "inactive"