Sting of pearls [ID: 25]

Coordinates : -37.206° latitude , 220.788° longitude
Submitted by : Granada-30 on 2015-12-20 02:14 UT

#7 pearl

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  1. comment by Wallenquist-30 on 2017-01-20 00:57 UT

    Sting of Pearls reminds me of the way Earth has hurricanes traveling from East to West into the Western Hemisphere.

    It must be a common thing on planets. Even gas giants have a succession of storms following one another.

  2. comment by Philosophia-47 on 2017-01-19 00:24 UT

    These 'pearls' are long-lived anticyclonic storms. It will be nice to see one close up, and the image will also cover the interesting sector of jet stream (SSTBn) just to the north.

  3. comment by Aralia-04 on 2016-08-18 22:15 UT

    Unlike the other pearls, this one stays pretty consistent in size and position within the belt.