The Jovian Blizzard [ID: 1259]

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Submitted by : Iapetus on 2017-10-25 10:24 UT

This storm seems to be rather large compared to the other white ones, possibly a quater of the size of The Great Red Spot. (Of course, it isn't actually a blizzard). I think it would look intresting as it is right next to the blue region of the pole, it would be a nice contrast.

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  1. comment by Rubbia-47 on 2019-05-12 22:00 UT

    I would be interested to see what this specific area includes as well. It does seem interesting the concentrated white in this area.

  2. comment by Mourao-46 on 2018-11-05 06:08 UT

    It would be interesting to see images of this region. Jupiter is filled with a lot of unique features. The Jovian Blizzard seems captivating and I hope to see more!

  3. comment by Kaguya-13 on 2018-11-05 02:23 UT

    It would be interesting to learn more about how storms form and dissipate on Jupiter. This looks like a great place to check out so we can learn more about large scale "blizzards".

  4. comment by Carlapiazza-31 on 2018-11-04 22:56 UT

    It would be interesting to see storm pictures in addition to the famous Great Red Spot.

  5. comment by Kahrstedt-79 on 2018-11-04 03:54 UT

    Interesting swirling appearance in this area would be good to understand further.

  6. comment by Admete-63 on 2018-02-24 22:33 UT

    Hey, I also would like pictures taken of the Jovian Blizzard. It does seem like it could be something important if we looked further into it. Hope this helps!

  7. comment by Magyarics-40 on 2018-02-17 00:41 UT

    It's funny how this is called the Jovian Blizzard when it is not really a blizzard. I had actually never heard of this so POI caught my eye and I would be interested to see more images and gain more knowledge about this topic.

  8. comment by Ryan-Cornell on 2017-12-18 06:46 UT

    3D : Ryan Cornell. .. Facebook