Klehm's Ribbon [ID: 1250]

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Submitted by : Sarahgutman-28 on 2017-08-17 23:29 UT

It looks like ribbon candy. Deep, rusty reds with off white streaks cutting through it. It has a nice contrast, and I'm sure that contrast would make it easier to identify changing weather patterns.

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  1. comment by Ruff-82 on 2020-05-28 23:03 UT

    I didn't know Jupiter could have colors like these on its planet, I wonder what is causing them? It would be neat to see a closer up photo of that area to see what's happening around there as it looks pretty as well!

  2. comment by Sandrine-80 on 2018-02-26 03:37 UT

    Hmm I wonder what gasses are in this particular section. and is it a by product of the storm?

  3. comment by Nowlen on 2017-12-03 10:54 UT

    I think that this area would be really interesting to get a photograph of because of the contrast created by the bands found in this section. I'm really curious as to which features of the planet cause this layering.