turbulence [ID: 5]

Coordinates : 4.464° latitude , 282.708° longitude
Submitted by : Antonov-53 on 2015-12-18 02:32 UT

I was viewing this region back in the Summer of '08... Some of the fantastic views I caught were absolutely majestic in terms of size & duration. The swirling cloud-tops alone, are awe inspiring and have the potential to inspire many generations to come! This POI can stretch along any intersecting bands/zones, as I am most certain we can learn a lot of new Science behind those interactions!

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  1. comment by Bagration-62 on 2015-12-20 01:52 UT

    Vaporing formed barrier or mixing with blowing sands

  2. comment by Glenn on 2015-12-20 01:03 UT
    JUNO SPECIALIST

    We see these from time to time in the North Equatorial Belt (the broad, dark region just north of the equator).