South Pole Dark Spot [ID: 120]

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Submitted by : Mineosaito-94 on 2016-03-29 22:39 UT

I would be very interested in getting a closer look at this dark spot in the south polar region.

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  1. comment by Windtop on 2017-01-29 08:42 UT

    Pole sud peut etre regoon plus stable dans le temps comme pole nord et sud chez nous moins de vents

  2. comment by Red on 2016-11-28 19:25 UT

    There are numerous dark patches across Jupiter, but considering how this is the first mission to decently image the poles slight priority should be given to looking at their mysterious features first whenever possible.

  3. comment by Kurosaki-27 on 2016-08-12 01:55 UT

    Where would the fastest point in Jupiter's atmosphere to reach the core of the Planet?