Small White Storm [ID: 154]

Coordinates : 39.546° latitude , 285.984° longitude
Submitted by : Cortina-63 on 2016-06-07 19:54 UT

These white storms are normally much, much larger.

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  1. comment by Wodetzky-65 on 2018-11-05 01:54 UT

    It is really cool how you can see the different layers of the planet and it appears to almost have a similarity to a sedimentary rock.

  2. comment by Philosophia-47 on 2017-01-16 10:37 UT

    This is NN-LRS-6 – an anticyclonic Little Red Spot in the NNTZ, formerly called White Spot 6 but recently showing reddish colour. It is very like NN-LRS-1 which was imaged at perijove-3.