Sting of pearls [ID: 25]

Coordinates : -37.08° latitude , 160.416° longitude
Submitted by : Granada-30 on 2015-12-20 02:14 UT

#7 pearl

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  1. comment by HolleyJ on 2018-02-14 03:23 UT

    This is cool, I never thought about it looking like pearls.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.