POI NCC-1701-E [ID: 260]

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Submitted by : Jenik-92 on 2016-07-02 00:15 UT

This is area has a high contrast of color variation.

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  1. comment by Marieoertle-04 on 2020-05-26 18:15 UT

    It would be very interesting to see the vibrant color there and get an idea of what it is made of

  2. comment by Mirellabreschi-50 on 2017-11-06 05:52 UT

    This seems like it would be a great option due to the color variation mentioned. If we only have so many photos to take and so many passes before the mission ends, I feel that one with high color contrast would give an ability to study multiple gas and cloud types as well as a variety of processes in one single photo.

  3. comment by Chip1329 on 2016-11-29 20:46 UT

    Not gonna lie. Totally voting for this one because Star Trek :-D