Klehm's Ribbon [ID: 1250]

Coordinates : -11.034° latitude , 301.356° longitude
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.

map : 2017-08-11 UT
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  1. 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?

  2. 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.

  3. comment by Taizomuta-43 on 2017-11-06 05:37 UT

    I find this area fascinating! I think it looks awesome with the different layering and colors. It is also darker than some of the sections. I wonder what components make it darker than the other areas found on the planet.