CSD 001 -- WHITE OVAL [ID: 1253]

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Submitted by : Rinjani-37 on 2017-08-24 10:50 UT

Scientifically: It is a distinct white oval in higher latitudes that should be visible in small, ground-based telescopes, thus allowing its evolution to be tracked by both JunoCam and those telescopes. Artistically: Its distinctness and symmetry offer possibilities for incorporating it into artistic works.

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  1. comment by MightyPupSkye on 2019-11-19 19:47 UT

    Hi!

  2. comment by Caleyo-11 on 2017-11-13 13:23 UT

    I find that the new face of Juno :) look like if watching u too :)

  3. comment by Caleyo-11 on 2017-11-13 12:59 UT
    comment removed.