Band Transition [ID: 171]

Coordinates : 13.392° latitude , 278.028° longitude
Submitted by : Berkeley-84 on 2016-06-18 22:21 UT

See the difference in the bands

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  1. comment by Altamira-46 on 2017-02-01 19:45 UT

    I hope if it is possible to track a kind of a gap between the borders. Gap of velocity, the boundary between the storms...?

  2. comment by Fanny-17 on 2017-01-22 18:52 UT

    Artistically, this location has the potential to display multiple colors in dynamic interaction along their edges. It may make for a very dramatic image of the storms.

  3. comment by Orion76 on 2016-11-30 03:05 UT

    I know Jupiter rotates at different speeds polar and equatorial. This is a perfect spot to see a short term change to structure. Can Juno see in the dark? Would be cool to see the changes in Temperature between these 2 bands. One sun lit and the other in shadow. Thanks, Norman

  4. comment by Ikemura-52 on 2016-08-24 18:05 UT

    I liked this place, but is it safe ?

  5. comment by Altamira-46 on 2016-06-27 00:24 UT

    I would like to see these boundaries...for example, the differences of the velocity of the winds between the bands, perhaps density, chemical elements, wavelenghts of radio, gama rays, and so on....the behaviour of the waves of gas between these bands...