Empty Area [ID: 397]

Coordinates : -27.018° latitude , 250.812° longitude
Submitted by : Epimetheus-65 on 2016-07-02 20:11 UT

Most of our observations of Jupiter show this area as a somewhat empty plain spot. It would be interesting to see if this really is the case or if there is more activity only visible at much higher resolutions.

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  1. comment by Bertin-74 on 2018-05-15 22:32 UT

    Why is the place called the Empty Spot? It would be great to find out a little more and possible find out what is going on with the two prominent white bands across Jupiter.

  2. comment by Esali on 2017-10-28 22:57 UT

    Bu bölgede ekvator manyetik alanı dışında kalan bir kütle sel bir yapımı vardır yoksa yüzey atmosfer hizimidir