White spot [ID: 13]

Coordinates : -47.286° latitude , 226.98° longitude
Submitted by : Paraskevopoulos-87 on 2015-12-20 00:51 UT

White spot near the south pole

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  1. comment by Iapyx-69 on 2018-05-13 21:11 UT

    I wonder if this small white spot is similar to the giant white spot that is a northern electrostatic disturbance. I also would like to know how large this particular white spot is in comparison to the giant one. From the image I clicked on it looks fairly small, but it is probably thousands of miles wide.

  2. comment by Ruff-73 on 2017-11-05 03:35 UT

    Would this white spot be the same as the other white spots located on the planet? Understanding what causes these may contribute to understanding why it occurs in other locations throughout the planet.